Are You a Small Business Lone Ranger? Take My 10-Question Quiz To Find Out!

Written by Debbie LaChusa

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So what's a Small Business Lone Ranger to do? Here are 6 tips:

1. Make a list of allrepparttar tasks that don't require your specific expertise or talent (things like sorting mail, buying office supplies, and filing).

2. Make a second list ofrepparttar 147032 tasks that consume a lot of your time but are OUTSIDE your specific area of expertise (things like maintaining your web site or managing your business finances and accounting).

3. Determine how many hours per week you spend doing these tasks.

4. Determine what additional sales and marketing, or other business-building activities you would have time for if you didn't have to do these other tasks.

5. Estimate how many additional clients or sales you could generate with this extra time spent on marketing and building your business.

6. Make a decision to hire an assistant, bookkeeper, web site manager or whatever specialists are appropriate to handle these tasks. Determine what you can afford based on your results in Tip Number 5.

I know you're probably wondering how you'll be able to afford it. But really, we can't afford NOT to hire help. Unless we are satisfied with keeping our business small. And don't get me wrong, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that — I've done it for seven years. But if you have a bigger vision (like I do now), then you need a team to help you make that vision a reality.

To start with, your team should include an assistant to dorepparttar 147033 work that is not a good use of your time. This doesn't have to be a full-time employee; I'm starting out with someone just a few hours a week. You'll also want to get a bookkeeper and a CPA to manage your finances — they'll not only free you up from your accounting tasks, they'll also help you keep more of what you do make.

So take a moment to get a clear vision of what kind of business you want to create. And if that vision is larger than you can accomplish on your own, takerepparttar 147034 six steps above to get a team to help you make it a reality.

(C) Copyright 2005 Debbie LaChusa

20-year marketing veteran Debbie LaChusa created The 10stepmarketing System to help small business owners and solo-preneurs successfully market their business, themselves without spending a fortune on marketing. To learn more about this simple, step-by-step program and to sign up for her FREE audio class and FREE weekly ezine featuring how-to articles, tips and advice, visit

The Esoteric Mandate (Rothschilds too)

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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OK so let us say I have explained INTENT andrepparttar need for a decree to have major elements of The Greater Good associated with it. Yes, I know it was justrepparttar 147031 tip ofrepparttar 147032 iceberg. It took me over a decade to really get this gift or curse. I assure you it can be a curse. One ofrepparttar 147033 reasons it becomes a curse has to do withrepparttar 147034 openness to other life energies that is required inrepparttar 147035 attunement torepparttar 147036 Divine or Hand of Fate or whatever God might be. This is one reason why Crowley and others know they must face death (not just Da’ath inrepparttar 147037 Sephardic Kaballah or Tree of Life). It will alter you in ways that make you a target for other people with less good ‘intent’. They will call you a ‘witch’ even though they are not aware of what is going on. They will be threatened and say you need a ‘shrink’. In factrepparttar 147038 Salem Witch Trials (ergot poisoning that it was) are still on-going as sophisticated Inquisitions attempt to make people follow leaders who are behindrepparttar 147039 scenes. These leaders likerepparttar 147040 Rothschilds who backed Crowley’s Hermetic Order ofrepparttar 147041 Golden Dawn or Hitler’s Golden Centurion groups aroundrepparttar 147042 world have members of their De Brix clan who have been adept at esoterics for a very long time. When Cosimo De Medicis paid to haverepparttar 147043 Corpus Hermeticum translated and put his clan name onrepparttar 147044 book (De Brix) he was notrepparttar 147045 first ‘dabbler’ in these arts from this family. Melchizedek is perhapsrepparttar 147046 first of this family that history has records about, who was such an adept. The Hanes Taliesin does trace this history.

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