[thelist] how do you manage/respond?

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Mon Jun 1 01:21:09 CDT 2009

On 1 Jun 2009, at 02:44, Joel D Canfield wrote:

> that being said, we do try very hard not to over schedule. free  
> space on
> the calendar or clock is obviously a great weapon. but we do have a  
> team
> of subcontractors for the virtual assistant business, which is the  
> only
> one with any volume of clientele. my web biz isn't busy enough to  
> every
> have scheduling conflicts; once a year, I stay up late or get up early
> or skip something I really wanted to do in order to hit a deadline,  
> but
> it's rare.

And when you have strongly variable capacity (and therefore costs),  
this is very, very easy.

Which is fantastic if you can organise it (interestingly - do you get  
the same instantly on-demand service from your subbies?)


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