In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the Done By 5 team has come up with 5 tools that we are most thankful for. These are the tools that not only make our lives easier as virtual assistants but are vital to our success as a small business.
Here at Done by 5, we have created a series of blogs called “Done by 5, Done in 5.” These blogs will not only address the nitty gritty side of running your small business like how to prepare business letters and invoices, but also give tips and tools of the things we like or have helped us aid the small businesses we work with. They maybe “how to guides” or must have apps or maybe some great gift ideas for clients. The greatest part, it will be 5 steps, or 5 tools, or 5 likes.To kick off our first Done By 5, Done in 5, we thought we would give you tools on how to, well, be Done By 5.
Our role at Done By 5 is to make the lives of small business owners easier. Often what that means is finding ways to create high quality work swiftly.
Social media is one of the biggest challenges for many of our clients and a project that we're often asked to take on and lead. If you have any hand in business (big or small) these days you know how important a social media presence is.
I've worked with Michelle for years and known her even longer so I can attest to how awesome she is. But I thought it would be fun to interview her about her life outside of work, why she started Done By 5, and her favorite thing about helping small businesses thrive, so that you could get to know the power woman behind DB5. Hope you enjoy!
At Done By 5, we know that starting and running your own small business is no small task. We’re running, not only our own business, but helping more small businesses operate at the their best potential. From our experience behind the scenes, in the back offices, and on the ground getting our hands dirty, we’ve noticed patterns of where stress comes from in a small business and how to minimize it and get high quality work done efficiently.
Welcome to the Done By 5 blog!
This is a blog for small business owners and new entrepreneurs.
We know how overwhelming it can be to be responsible for everything that goes into running a business so we’re here to provide tools, advice, and reassurance in all things small business. We’ll offer templates formulated from our own work, tips from our own experience and research, and perspectives from small business owners in diverse fields.