LCA Works for You  
We are fast and adaptable and will tailor our services to meet your needs. From strategic consulting to bookkeeping to daily calendar planning, LCA finds a way to help you. Contact us: LCA works for you.

Services for Entrepreneurs  

Sometimes, running a business feels fast paced and out of control. You rush from emergency to emergency, performing triage in order to keep pace, and in the process, you neglect your original vision. Luce Creek Associates believes that time well spent is critical to your success and your bottom line. Instead of staving off the crisis du jour----LCA helps you manage tasks, so you can concentrate on the vital aspects that will enhance and grow your business.

Innovative leaders choose Luce Creek Associates (LCA) to provide the operating support and management of responsibilities that enhance their company’s professional image. Our virtual assistance can help with daily tasks to make your business run smoothly, enabling you, the entrepreneur, to focus on what you do best.

As a member of your team, LCA partners with you to support your business needs with a wide array of services custom-designed and tailored to your requirements. Try us. We think you’ll find LCA services a cost effective and efficient solution to your needs.

Using our virtual assistance could be one of the smartest decisions you make as an executive. Think about the chart to your left;  mentally calculate the savings to your company.  Depending on the inhouse employment contract, we estimate a savings of  approximately $24,600 using the wages established by the U.S. Dept. of Labor for various  positions.  By the way, that is a savings in the hiring position only.  It does not take into consideration the costs associated with other staff members involved in the hiring process.

Give us a call.  We would be pleased to talk to you about the tasks you can off-load to us to make better use of your time.

Check out the chart to the left and calculate the dollars you save by retaining the services of  LCA.  

Success Traits  

The Successful Entrepreneur
By Jo Weimer
Founder and CEO Luce Creek Associates, Inc.

Years of experiences consulting with and providing services to clients and associates have helped me recognize the common traits shared by the best entrepreneurs. Above all, successful entrepreneurs are innovative, with a passion to make change and the persistence to keep moving forward. Even more than training and formal education, their most valuable asset is their business sense, which boils down to a few basic principals:

95% of entrepreneurs don't take "NO" for an answer. They are independent self-starters who firmly believe in their enterprise with the passion and persistence to move forward; all the while making their vision a reality.
Strong communication skills that can translate into nimble marketing and sales pitches, effective interpersonal exchanges and polished client presentations.

Good communications leads to great opportunities. Entrepreneurs have to exude confidence and sell themselves, and tailor their message to the audience and environment. A professional image must be conveyed through all communication channels: materials, presentations, interactions with clients, and in critical support functions.
Integrity and professionalism that profess credibility and enhance business operations.
Successful businesses return telephone calls promptly and respond to email and voicemail in a timely manner. Be on time for appointments, carefully prepare presentations, meet deadlines, and be true to your word. In other words, pay attention to your potential clients.

A clear understanding of the complexities of operating a business. Effective entrepreneurs, or their hires, know tax laws, and the importance of maintaining accurate books and records, especially the financial implications of start-up operations. They are problem solvers, and planners.

Delegating Day-to-Day Tasks. If your strengths, as an entrepreneur, are in the company’s vision, marketing or sales, you will be smart to learn how to delegate administrative tasks. Entrepreneurs learn quickly that it is important to assign daily business activities to others so they can focus on what they do best......growing the company.

Good entrepreneurs focus on their vision and leave the details to others.

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