Share Our Strength

“16.7 million American kids – that’s nearly one out of four kids in this country – are at risk of not getting enough to eat.  It doesn’t have to be that way.” says Jeff Bridges – Academy Award Winner.

Jeff Bridges became interested in the mid-1980’s when he saw photos of famine-tortured people in Ethiopia.  He then attended a program given by The Hunger Project, which is a non-profit based in New York City that is working everyday to end hunger worldwide.

He got educated and became involved.  As he states, “you have to look inside yourself and see what you are willing to do.” 

So what are you willing to do to end hunger?

Every child deserves to thrive, hungry children cannot thrive. Yet millions of kids in America are at risk of going hungry. Share Our Strength is changing that. Read more about hunger in Ameica at Share Our Strength

Donate, get involved everyone can make a difference!

 

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Niche Marketing vs. Target Marketing

Do you know who your ideal client is?

Do you know the difference between a “target market” and a “niche”?

Understanding Your Online Marketing Strategy is a report that will help you to understand how to know who your clients are, how to find your clients so you can provide an invaluable service to them and be profitable.

Please click the attached link for more on this topic. Niche vs Target Marketing

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Organizing Your Priorities

by admin on January 21, 2011

“Organizing Your Priorities” 

How many times in a day, do you find yourself wondering, “where did the time go?”  Do you ever feel like you spend too much time doing and not enough time living?  With the fast-paced lifestyle, society has us in, it is no wonder you can find any time for yourself or what is important to you.  You spend all day doing for others that at the end of the day, you have no energy or time left in the day to do anything that is important to you.  It is time to organize your priorities.

Goal  #1:   Ask yourself what and who is important to me?  What do I want to accomplish in my
                       life?

Goal #2:      Create a list of your top ten priorities; these priorities should be what are important to
                        you.  You will realize all too quickly, that if you don’t know what your priorities are, then
                        others will decide them for you.

Goal #3:      Post them somewhere, so they will become visual reminders of what is important to you.

Goal #4:      Create a list of the activities (ie: PTA, tennis league, etc) that you are currently
                        involved with.  Then take this list and compare it to your top ten priorities list.  This should
                        help you to see what activities you can eliminate, to make room for your priorities.

Goal #5:       Take the time to schedule in your planner, activities that will contribute to you meeting
                        your priorities.  Making a phone call to a friend you haven’t talked to in a while, time to
                        exercise, date night with your spouse or maybe it’s just reading a book to your children.

Goal #6:       Learn when and how to say no!  Set boundaries and honor your priorities.

 “Live Simply.  Love generously.  Care deeply.  Speak kindly.  Leave the rest to God.”

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Create Good Business the SMART Way

by admin on January 14, 2011

Creating Good Business the SMART Way

S – Specific: be clear about what you want

M – Measurable (monetary): you need to know if you are  succeeding or not

A – Achievable: make goals that take into account how much free time and manpower you have

R – Realistic: choose goals that are possible

T – Timely: make short-term goals to compliment your long-term goals

You need to have a very clear, measurable plan so you can be accountable to yourself and others. 

Let me help you do that!

Contact me today at [email protected] to schedule your free 30 minute strategic planning call to see how we can work together to help you to do business the SMART way.

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Chief Executive Officer Ellen J. Kullman, 54, who took the helm of Dupont two years ago, has just landed a $5.8 billion deal to buy Danisco, a Danish company that uses biotechology to develop industrial enzymes that are catalysts used to make ethanol, food, animal feed, and textiles. The acquisition will make DuPont, already the world’s largest car-paint maker and the second-biggest seed supplier, the No. 1 producer of food additives and the second-largest maker of enzymes used to make biofuels.

The first woman to lead 208-year-old DuPont, Kullman says her experience as a parent helped her instill the discipline needed to bring her company through the recession. Kullman said she centered fearful employees by having them focus on what they could control, whether that was customers or costs or inventories. “I am a much better leader because I had three kids,” she said. “With kids, they don’t do what you want them to do when you want them to do it. Organizations don’t necessarily, either. You’ve got to listen. You’ve got to learn how to influence.”

You can read more on this article at: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/11_04/b4212017598520.htm?campaign_id=rss_null

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Being Part of the Puzzle for Non-Profits

Non-profits are a critical part of our society and the communities we live in.  They each have different goals or missions.  Some focus on helping the needy, funding good causes or support education of our youth.  But for a non-profit to be successful they need to have the “correct” people involved, that play an integral role in the puzzle that makes up a successful non-profit. [click to continue…]

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Services

by admin on January 4, 2011

At ExecuEssential Administrative Services, Inc. we provide a variety of tasks, see list below:

Executive AdministrationKeeping you organized and timely

  • Business Correspondences
  • Data entry
  • Time-sensitive client mailings (thank you notes, birthday cards, anniversaries)
Desktop Publishing/MarketingFormatting, writing and editing of your publications

  • Creation of newsletters, brochures, booklets, event programs
  • Email campaigns, autoresponders
  • Press releases, article submissions, ezines
Copywriting, Editing and GhostwritingHave ideas, but cannot seem to find the time to articulate them?  Send us your ideas and we will write your

  • Article writing
  • Article submissions
  • Ezine creation
  • Ebooks
Meeting / Event CoordinationWant to have a fundraising event or a sales meeting but don’t have the time to organize.  Let us help.  We handle

  • Venue search
  • Handling registrations
  • Confirming speakers/guests
  • Assist with hospitality suites, meeting room setup, breaks, audio-visual needs, meeting giveaways, restaurants, car service
  • Creation of agendas and meeting materials
Social Media Marketing/Online PresenceBuilding awareness and educate audience about you and your business/services, establish credibility in the marketplace

  • Setup Social Networking profiles, giving your business a social presence 
  • Manage those profiles by blog posts, event listing or discounts. 
  • Create a presence for company through the “niche” social network sites that will target a specific audience.
Project Management for Non-Profits & Businesses

  • Internet Research for project 
  • Grant writing to secure funding 
  • Planning events or fundraisers to build awareness and support financially 
  • Secure speakers 
  • Assist with marketing/communication plan 
  • Data entry of database for volunteers, donors and more
  • Post event analysis through surveys
  • Thank you letters

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Holiday parties always seem to be one employees downfall!

As the year is winding down and employees are ready to “celebrate” the year at the company holiday party, there are some etiquette mistakes and/or behaviors that you should be aware of, so they don’t tarnish your career or even whether or not you will be invited back. They are:

Excessive Drinking

This is probably one of the most common mistakes that some employees and managers make during the year end holiday celebration. With the economic times some companies may be holding off on open bar events, while others may host a cash bar.   [click to continue…]

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Simple, but Fun Memories   

The holidays always seem to bring a lot of stress and anxiety not only to parents, but for the kids.

Creating your own family tradition, will help make it a less stressful and more memborable time for your entire family.

My mother loved the holidays, and always made them very special in our family with traditions that I am now sharing with my kids.  It helps to keep the holidays simple as you are doing the same thing, year after year, instead of always trying to create something new. [click to continue…]

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When It Comes To Your Business…I Am Always Looking Out For You!

You have created a vision, a dream for your business.  The question is – do you have the time and the right resources to maintain and grow that vision?

If you answered no or maybe your not sure, than look now futher because ExecuEssential Administrative Services, Inc. is here to stand with you, ready to assist you in making your dreams…your vision a reality.  Turn that vision into successful business results that can help you to grow and maintain your business.

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