MOVE: Best Virtual Assistant & Outsourced Employees for Businesses

Hi, I’m Mark Cannon. A life coach & mentor in Scottsdale.

My Message

With a school-age daughter of my own, it is of the utmost importance that we keep pushing for changes in our schools, better study spaces for our kids, affordable after-school programs, and healthy lunches. Our children are the next generation, let’s make sure they’re prepared, together.

I have been actively serving our community since before my children began school. As a leader of the PTA, youth sports, and fundraising committees, I am passionate about making our town a better place for our children – and for the future.

 
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Successful people do what unsuccessful people are simply unwilling to do.

– Jesse Doe
 

Background

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Keynote, Mark has helped develop workshops and programs that have transformed the lives of men and women, and altered the course of education throughout the country and across the world.

 

Experience

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Keynote, Mark has helped develop workshops and programs that have transformed the lives of men and women, and altered the course of education throughout the country and across the world.

 

Leadership

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Keynote, Mark has helped develop workshops and programs that have transformed the lives of men and women, and altered the course of education throughout the country and across the world.

 

Topics

Mark’s story of transforming his own life into a full and successful life is the inspiration behind her topics around teaching others that it is possible to do the same through education. He enjoys teaching the importance of education as a whole.

Your first consultation is on me

FAQ and Objections:

1. "We fear we cannot provide great service remotely."

It’s a common misconception that service quality decreases when working remotely. However, the reality is quite the opposite. With the right tools and strategies in place, remote teams can provide service that’s as good, if not better, than in-office teams.

At MOVE, we provide support and training to ensure that our virtual employees meet your service quality expectations, and we can help you set up all the necessary tools and technologies to effectively manage your team.

2. "We need to keep everyone in the office to manage and motivate them."

It’s true that managing and motivating a remote team can be challenging. But it’s also possible, and many successful companies do it every day.

MOVE provides the resources and tools for effective remote management. Plus, remote work can increase motivation and productivity, as employees have more flexibility and control over their work environment. A Stanford Business study highlights that virtual employees perform more efficiently by 13% compared to their on-site counterparts.

3. "We fear employees will 'goof off' and we won't be able to monitor their work."

Trust is a big part of remote work. It’s important to trust that your employees are doing their jobs, even if you can’t see them. However, there are also many tools available to track productivity and ensure accountability.

At MOVE, we have protocols in place to ensure that work is being done and deadlines are being met.

4. "We don't believe Filipinos understand or can speak English."

This is a misconception. The Philippines is the third largest English-speaking country in the world. Most Filipinos are bilingual and have excellent English proficiency. In fact, the Philippines has a 96.3% literacy rate and English is one of the country’s official languages.

At MOVE, we ensure that all our employees have strong English skills, both written and spoken, to ensure effective communication.

5. “[S]he’s worked here 39 years.”

39 years is a long time; however, technology gives other virtually inclined employees with a chance to provide you with innovative services.

6. “We can’t remote [insert position here].”

You’re absolutely right. With your current thinking, you can’t. But if you [insert imaginative response here], you could remote that position.

7. “How can our Filipino employees work successfully with the time difference?

Filipino Culture has an extremely vibrant “Night Life”. It is very common for Filipinos to work throughout the night in order to be home and spend time with their families during the day. Furthermore, the BPO industry in the country has promoted the night shift as a norm for numerous employees. This culture is exploding with energy & they also can avoid traffic by working night hours. This is not a con, but a pro to outsourcing in the Philippines.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Move Your Biz, or MOVE, is the best solution for businesses to cut labor costs, increase team efficiency, and save hiring time. We help your business build and manage outsourced virtual employees, depending on your needs. At MOVE, we bring you the best global talents in virtual assistant service with our remote-focused outsourcing and recruitment to ensure client satisfaction and business success.
  • Move Your Biz, or MOVE, means Managed Outsourced Virtual Employees for businesses.
  • Move Your Biz, or MOVE, helps businesses and companies be more profitable by reducing labor expenses, increasing team productivity by providing training and hiring the best global talents in virtual assistant service, and scaling faster with our remote-focused outsourcing and recruitment, Managed Outsourced Virtual Employees.

At MOVE Your Biz, we are dedicated to outsourcing and connecting your business to exceptional global talent, represented by top-notch virtual assistants who are highly experienced in remote-focused work:

  • GENERAL (Executive Assistant, Personal Assistant, General Assistant, Data Entry)
  • MARKETING (Social Media Assistant, Social Media Manager, Digital Marketing Assistant, Digital Marketing Manager, Content Writer, Marketing Manager, Podcast Assistant, Video Editor, Graphic Designer)
  • WEB/PROGRAMMING (Web Designer, Web Developer, Front Stack Developer, Full Stack Developer, Database Developer, Application Developer)
  • IT (Desktop Helpdesk, Network Administrator, Systems Administrator, Software Architect, Cybersecurity)
  • CSR/ RECEPTIONIST (Receptionist, Customer Service Representative)
  • SALES & OUTREACH (Sales Representative, Lead Gen Assistant, Bilingual Caller, Outbound Calling Center)
  • LEGAL (Legal Secretary, Paralegal, General Legal Assistant, Licensing Assistant, Mail Processor)
  • MEDICAL (Medical Billing Assistant, General Medical Assistant, Developmental Assistant)
  • MORTGAGE LENDING (Loan Officer Assistant, Underwriter, Underwriting Assistant, Loan Processor)
  • AI (ChatGPT Prompters, Midjourney Prompters, AI Specialist)
  • DATA (Data Analyst)
  • ACCOUNTING (CPA, Bookkeeper, AR Specialist, AP Specialist)
  • OPERATIONS (Operations Manager, Operations Assistant)
  • HUMAN RESOURCES (Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Specialist, HR Assistant)

 

See our full list of services and roles available here: https://moveyourbiz.com/services/

  • At MOVE Your Biz, we believe in hiring exceptional, motivated talent and bringing the best the world has to offer you at a fraction of what you’re currently paying for staff. We do this by finding the best person to fill the seat on the bus you need at the best compensation possible for both you and them.
  • For more information, questions, and inquiries, please contact MOVE Your Biz at (949) 889-0384 or email us at info@moveyourbiz.com
  • Anthony Geraci, MOVE’s President and CEO has scaled multiple companies with MOVE and continues to do so with his other companies. Anthony is a serial entrepreneur who has interests in Geraci LLP, a full-service law firm dedicated to private lenders; Stratus Financial, a company that offers student loans to aspiring airline pilots; and several other companies as either an operator or investor.
  • MOVE Your Biz focuses on talent from the Philippines because of their fluent English and highly skilled and available workforce with a culture of excellence, a high work ethic, and strong personal values. We learned from the pandemic that we don’t need to be constrained by the walls of our offices or bounded by the geography of where we live.