Clone Yourself Using Virtual Assistants


How to Put Leisure Time Back In Your Life.

About the Author

Tim Bruxvoort is the owner/founder of which was founded in 2007 for the purpose of solving customer's communication problems in their homes, businesses, or workplaces through innovative wireless and wired communication systems.

Before starting Tim worked 22 years in the telecommunications industry for telecommunications equipment provider Nortel (formerly Northern Telecom and Nortel Networks). In his time with Nortel he had various roles in product management, marketing, and product development.

After getting caught up in a layoff that eventually cut over 50,000 employees, Tim didn't want to go back in to the corporate world, but he still wanted to use his extensive experience in the telecom industry. Recognizing the importance of the growing ecommerce trend, Tim decided he wanted to use the power of the Internet to help deliver communication solutions. He discovered a void for a business that focuses on quick and simple two-way communication devices like intercoms, two-way radios, wireless callboxes, and other devices that satisfy communication needs not met by cell phones. So was formed and it's been growing ever since.

This book is the result of many years of experience in using outsourcers to develop and grow IntercomsOnline.


The plight of the small business owner is a well-known story. A person starts with a great idea. Through research, planning, developing and hard work, he or she finds a way to lift it off the ground. At the beginning, there is little to no capital or funding. Often, the owner must dip into savings and other personal funds to make it happen. With the start of a business, the owner does it all, and at the start it doing it all is still possible.

Any person who is starting their own business does so with a dream in mind. He or she wants the business to grow and become something more. When it is small, it is possible to manage it with a To Do list. The idea behind these simple devices is that they give you the ability to plan and manage your time. You decide what tasks you want to accomplish and work to complete them. Unfortunately, as the dream begins to come true and the business grows, the To Do list becomes longer. There comes a point where the list becomes insurmountable.

As these tasks build your business begins to spiral downward as quickly as it grew. When you are unable to meet the demands of your clientele, you start to lose customers and credibility. You find yourself frazzled, overworked, and unable to keep up with your own business. Even if you manage to keep your business afloat, you will find that you have no time to enjoy your success. After all, what is the point in making money if you're unable to take vacations and spend time with loved ones?

Timothy Harris, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, states that the "new rich" is not about possessions, real estate or cash. The "new rich" is time. In order to acquire this priceless luxury, it takes excellent time management and delegation skills.

Clearly, if you are to manage a business and not let it manage you, you'll need help. Unfortunately, employees are not always cost-effective or efficient. An employee expects consistent pay, steady work and often benefits. You have to deal with taxes, training, interview processes and just the day-to-day task of managing another person. These tasks are so time consuming that you find yourself managing employees so much that still have no time to grow your business.

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