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8/22/2016

Work-life Balance While On Vacation

The degree of required work-life balance to feel productive, fulfilled and ‘balanced’ varies from individual-to-individual, culture-to-culture and situation-to-situation. Work-life balance doesn’t automatically mean less work … it means feeling the most productive, fulfilled and successful in meeting the individual demands of a person’s daily needs without feeling overworked, overstressed or exhausted.

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5/14/2015

7 Bad Pieces of Advice about Entrepreneurship You Should Ignore

When you are first starting a business, you are bound to receive a lot of advice. However, not all advice that new entrepreneurs receive is good advice.

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1/15/2015

Davinci 101: Find a Better Work-Life Balance With a Live Receptionist

The working world has changed with the rise of the mobile entrepreneur. Running a business no longer means that you need to be chained down to a desk or glued to your cell phone all day. In fact, it's now possible to be more effective than ever, even when you're enjoying some time off or taking care of personal matters.

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12/30/2014

Davinci 101: Get More Work Done in Less Time With a Virtual Receptionist

It's been a few years since Alan went independent and started his own law practice. After a few lean months of trying to find new clients and taking on any case he could, Alan finally began to hit his stride and find success. Along with that success, however, Alan found that his free time evaporated as he was constantly on the phone or sending out follow up emails to current, potential, and past clients. Much of this communication was simple and ...

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12/5/2014

Company Culture: An Essential Ingredient in Brand Experience

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions recently had an opportunity to host the inaugural LivePerson User Group meeting for Salt Lake City. During the meeting, we covered a number of different topics. One that resonated with all of the companies in attendance was the importance of the connection between corporate culture and brand experience.

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