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Boise, Idaho, United States
Owner of Busiants Business Assistants located (originally) in Boise, Idaho. Plan to have locations in Washington, Utah, California, Oregon, and Montana as well. Our site is www.busiants.com

Mom of 7 beautiful children, ranging in age of 18(in one month) down to 2(in one month). Happily doing it single :-)

Daughter of my Heavenly Father who guides, inspires, and blesses me daily.

Friend to all.
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February 18, 2009

Busiants Press Release- tell me your thoughts :-)

Contact: Ramona Tullis
Phone: 208/870-3105
Email: ramona@busiants.com


Economic Downturn Increases Virtual Interest

Services of Idaho virtual assistant company, Busiants Business Assistants, meet a growing local demand for economic business solutions.

Boise, Idaho-February 16, 2009- Staff reduction is a growing trend in American companies faced with the effects of present downturn markets, and attention is beginning to focus on the virtual assistant in efforts to increase profit margins. Smaller business owners and CEO’s alike are avoiding the high costs of in-house employees and are consulting with hourly, need-based virtual workers to do everything from basic administrative tasks to detailed bookkeeping.

In the Boise Metro area, sights have been focused on Busiants Business Assistants as one such virtual assistant provider. Started in 2008, by Ramona Tullis, Busiants has been meeting the increasing demand by the local business community with the variety of services that their assistants provide. When asked about Busiants’ services, Ms. Tullis replies,” Our trained assistants help business owners with whatever they need help with, any business task they don’t really want (or have time) to do themselves.” Ms. Tullis adds,” Our goal is to help businesses make it through the recession, by offering affordable options that refocus the owner’s attention back to increasing their client base, and in the meantime we create business relationships that will continue after the economy stabilizes.”

As Businesses analyze specialized projects in which they need assistance for short or sporadic time periods, and question the current advantages of hiring employees, virtual assistants become an acceptable, preferred alternative. Busiants virtual assistants’ professionalism, affordability, and practicality is being praised and relayed at many of the small business networking meetings around the Treasure Valley.

Busiants Business Assistants is a Boise, Idaho, company offering virtual assistant services for small to medium businesses owners. Some of Busiants services include: Administrative, Clerical, Bookkeeping, Marketing, Website Design/ Maintenance, Courier Service, and Catering. More information about their services can be found on their website www.busiants.com.

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For more information about Busiants Business Assistants or to schedule an interview with Ramona Tullis, Please call 208/870-3105, visit the Busiants website at www.busiants.com, or email directly at Ramona@busiants.com

January 26, 2009

financial successl

I think how successful a person is, really depends on the level of sucess that individual believes they can reasonably achieve. I must have some wierd flaw, because I don't remember a time when I didn't think I was headed for... well the top of the world. I've been told it's a mindset that many have to spend much time, effort, and counseling to attain. It is a characteristic that I have been blessed with.

I definately believe it was a blessing. There have been some discouraging situations in my financial past, but I've never been personally discouraged. I have been at the bottom of the barrel surrounded by people who were content with their dismal situation (or worse those who complained but were unwilling to take any positive action), and yet still looked forward to the day of my financial freedom.

I have never expected that financial gain would be handed to me, or that because of my race, gender, social status, etc. that I deserved anything in particular. However, I absolutely believe that if I do all I can to prepare, to work hard, have faith in my God, and to open my eyes to all possibilities-that many opportunities will present themselves.

I don't believe there is anything wrong, against scripture or "God's Plan" for a person to be financially successful. I have to say there wasn't a single individual in the lobby of Health and Welfare that could help another person with a job, or sustaining funds. It takes a certain measure of financial ability to make a difference in someone else's financial future. It is WHAT we do with our financial success and of course HOW we obtain it- are we honest? Do we seek to build up others? Do we increase other's wealth also?

Have I reached my financial freedom level? Nope, not even close, but I know it's coming- I feel it on the horizon. Have I reached a level to improve someone else's financial picture? In a very small way yes, Busiants creates opportunities for work, and we pay our invoices on time :-) I definately look forward to bigger and better ways to improve financial lives, as Busiants grows- the possibilities are awe inspiring!

January 14, 2009

Are you a survivor?

What does that mean? I heard this question, in passing, the other day and I began to think about it.

I thought about the types of things I’ve overcome in my personal life. I made a list in my mind; childhood abuse, isolation, poverty, date-rape, marital abuse, homelessness, physical incapacitation, divorce (twice)-to name a few. I suppose most would look at my life and say, yes, I am a Survivor.

But what is a survivor? Someone who doesn’t give up? Someone who prospers in spite of?

I started to define the answer in my mind- A survivor is one who looks at life’s challenges as a learning opportunity. I believe most people (with enough time) can look back and say “wow, what I learned from that one!”, but a survivor goes into and through the challenges with the mindset, “what am I to learn from this one?” A survivor doesn’t get caught up in the drama and emotion of the moment; they can step back and see the bigger picture. And most importantly, a survivor uses the lessons learned to increase and improve themselves and the world around them.

I can honestly say, I have handled the situations in my life with a measure of grace, but I was not a survivor until I became aware of the reasons for the challenge. I cannot fathom the kind of person I would be if I had not experienced the things I did. I would not have the compassion for the abused and forgotten. I would not have the respect for what the human body is capable of. I would not have the knowledge of how wonderful and treasured friendship really is. And I certainly would not look forward to the joy of an ever-lasting marital relationship. But it is over the last decade, that I have truly understood that my responsibility goes far beyond the experience. It is to build up, to succor, to assist the others in this world to see the greatness they have within themselves, to use my experiences to encourage others to… be survivors.

So by that definition are you a survivor? At this point in my life, I am.