Global Virtual Assistant

We are a company that understands both the needs of our clients, and the needs of the virtual assistants we recruit. For those reasons, we provide outsourcing services and recruit virtual assistants globally – to give you, our valued clients, the best, most cost-effective option for hiring the right online worker.

We strive to make a difference by offering clients a helping hand satisfying outsourcing needs while offering virtual assistants a family-like environment that is safe, fun and fulfilling. Because we believe in customer satisfaction, all Global Services virtual assistants strive to exceed your expectations.

 

BJG

My name is Brandon J. Green and I am an entrepreneur. An Arizona-licensed Realtor® , a real estate investor, and a high school football coach, I also own an app development company. I manage all of this while supporting a family (raising three wonderful children!). Involved in the start-up of a number of businesses spanning a wide range of industries, I also own an immense passion for new business ideas!

Through the years, struggling to juggle real estate, family, coaching, business, and other hobbies and endeavors, I realized I needed help. I ALSO knew that that ‘help’ needed to fit my budget. I began employing one virtual assistant with the intention of increasing my professional productivity in order to likewise increase personal free time. It worked!

I soon realized I wanted to help ALL other busy people enjoy the benefits of more free time.

Whether you are single or married, a mom or a dad, a brother or a sister, a partner, a small or mid-size business owner, or part of a larger organization, the most important commodity in your life is your time. Global VA Services offers great assistants, great prices, efficient work-monitoring, and the flexibility to adapt to any business. Why? So you find more free time to enjoy life- while you build your profit margin!

Cheers! And here’s to more free time!

Brandon J. Green

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Should I Buy or Rent Machinery?

Published August 22, 2014 by Dave Link

Machinery and construction equipment are expensive. While the U.S. economy has taken a decidedly positive swing in recent months, not all businesses have the type of liquid financial assets or credit availability to purchase new or used machinery outright. Because credit markets are still a little tighter than most would like, a recent trend in renting machinery and equipment has seen a jump. But the real questions is, which is better for you and your company… buying or renting?

Renting Machinery
There are definite benefits to renting machinery and equipment. If the project you need the item for is more of a one-off or rarely requested service, renting is the obvious choice over purchasing simply due to infrequent use. Even longer term rentals can be beneficial as the per-day cost of items will generally decrease as the term of the rental increases. Rental also saves the large outlay of capital that buying requires. Rental fees can generally be deducted as business expenses come tax time ,and the insurance and maintenance costs are covered by the actual owner of the equipment. Not only to you avoid tying up large amounts of funds in the actual purchase, but you can save significant amounts on recurring costs as well. Continue reading

Make Six Figures! 3 Things ASK YOU!

Eric Thomas is a motivational speaker, author, activist, and a minister. Here is an awesome speech he gave to a group of students on the secrets to success.

Speech:

There was a young man, you know, who wanted to make a lot of money and so he went to this guru, right. And he told the guru you know I wanna be on the same level you are and the guru said if you wanna be on the same level I’m on, I’ll met you tomorrow at the beach.

So the young man got there 4 A.M. he already to rock n’ roll. Got on a suit should of wore shorts. The old man grabs his hand and said: How bad do you wanna be successful? He said: “Real bad”. He said: Walk on out in the water. So he walks out into the water. Watch this. When he walks out to the water he goes waist deep and goes like this guy crazy.

I wanna make money and he got me out here swimming. I didn’t ask to be a lifeguard. I wanna make money he got me in — so he said come on a little further — walked out a little further — then he had it right around this area — the shoulder area — so this old man crazy — he making money but he crazy. So he said come on out a little further — came out a little further, it was right at his mouth — my man, I’m not about to go back in this guy is out of his mind. And the old man said: “I thought you said you wanted to be successful?” He said: “I do.” He said: “Then walk a little further.” He came, dropped his head in, held him down, hold him down, my man (kept scratching) hold him down, he had him held down, just before my man was about to pass out, he raised him up. He said: “I got a question for you.” He told the guy, he said: “When you want to succeed as bad as you wanna breathe than you will be successful.”

Todd

http://www.WheelatorWorld.com

716-932-0115

 

 

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Tom Hill - Financing, Warranties & Closing / Escrow Coordinat

607-483-8909   tfh1962@gmail.com

After twenty-five (25) successful years in mortgage banking (10 years with Todd Taylor at American Home Loans & NovaStar Home Mortgage), Tom Hill has founded Iroquois Hill Finance Group to arrange financing, warranties & closings for FreeRek.com Tom was an all-star college rugby player [1983 All-Union prop] while studying political science at Penn State and Binghamton University. Since college he has been a top producer at some of the country’s largest savings banks and mortgage companies, including CrossLand Savings Bank, GMAC Mortgage, and American Home Loans & NovaStar Home Mortgage where he managed the call center for the 2nd highest revenue branch for a publically traded mortgage lender.

 

 

Preliminary figures show $399 million in auction sales at Monterey

Engine detail of the record-setting Ferrari 250 GTO | Bonhams photo

Preliminary results show sales of $399 million at the five traditionally conducted classic car auctions this weekend on the Monterey Peninsula.

However, Hagerty Insurance, which monitors the auctions and provides preliminary numbers to the media, notes, “It is important to point out that there were a handful of significant no-sale’s from Sunday at Gooding that were reported to be close and (to be) announced within the next day, so once the final official numbers are reported by all auction companies the final overall totals may be noticeably higher than this report suggests.”

Also, Hagerty’s figures, which include buyer’s fees, do not include the new Rick Cole Auctions sale, in which bidding was done by smart-phone technology. That bidding concluded at midnight Sunday evening.

According to the Cole website, it appears that half of the lots sold, though with at least two sales — including one for $12.0 million — yet to be completed. Cole’s final numbers could add around $25 million to the Monterey weekend total.

Hagerty’s preliminary figure of $399 million in overall sales compares to a $312.1-million figure for the Monterey auctions in 2013. Also significant are an increase of more than $100,000 in the overall average sales price and a nearly $27,000 increase — that’s nearly 40 percent — bump in the median sales price.

The high-dollar sale Sunday at the Gooding auction was $5.61 million for a 1959 Ferrari 250 SI cabriolet. Three other cars — a 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB coupe, a 156 Ferrari 250F race car and a 1939 Alfa Romeo Tipo 256 cabriolet sportive — each sold for more than $4 million. Continue reading

How To Make 1 Million Dollars Online!

I go into detail in the entire episode with specific stories, but below you can see the show notes on what I talk about with building your online business to generate millions.  Also note: I recorded this on my iPhone in Spain between practices while playing pro handball with the Reale Ademar team in Leon.  This is not recorded in the SOG studio in L.A.

1.  Start With Passion

-  My Sports Networker Journey, here I share how I got started, and why I started in the sports business.

-  How I Utilized LinkedIn marketing to build everything- the list was key for me, and LinkedIn gave me a platform to build an audience and I enjoyed teaching this to others.

-  Even more: I started hosting LinkedIn events, wrote a book, then did  workshop, speaking, bigger ticket product and webinars.

2.  Invest In Yourself

-  Keys to Finding Mentors- I cover the importance of investing time into a mentor (and how to find the right one for you)

-  Study as much as you can from people you admire or want to be like online.  As an athlete I learn from watching other great athletes compete.  Apply this to the online business world.

-  Investing in your online education:  If this means buying a course, software, or hiring a coach… do it!

-  Join a mastermind ASAP!  This is a HUGE key to making your first million online.  It might be the biggest accelerator to achieving this goal.

3.  Build Your Audience

- If I could do it all over again I’d just build a list without a site.  So many people are concerned with creating a site that they forget the most important thing is building a list.  Even when people do have their site up and running they forget to have a place for people to opt in.  The site almost becomes pointless when this happens.

4.  Learn Sales and Marketing  

-  You don’t have to be the best at marketing, you just need to know enough to get the job done.  Once you do, sales will be your focus.  I love using webinars to sell because it’s a great way to build your audience as well.  Start with an online bootcamp because you can start selling without having a product (this is key!).

5.  Build Credibility 

-  There are many ways to build credibility online.  I mention how to in this episode but to name a few you can write a book about the topic you love,  guest post on other sites, speak at trade shows, or write for magazines.  Anything to build credibility to increase your personal brand and value perception.

6.  Hustle Every Day 

-  Be as consistent as possible.  No one is going to hand you a million dollars.  It took me a few years of constant 14 hour days of hustling to the point we generated our first 7 figures.  Now I’m able to leverage my time and money to create greater products and live my lifestyle at the next level.

TODD

WWW.WHEELATORWORLD.COM

800-599-8153

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