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September 20, 2017 48 min

Lyndsay Phillips is the founder of Smooth Sailing Business Growth. She's a self-confessed organizational freak and appointed task master, project ninja and warrior VA for life & business coaches, accountants, and other online entrepreneurs across North America.

With the help of her amazing team of highly skilled and talented VA's, Smooth Sailing supports emerging entrepreneurs who are seeking fast-paced business growth but have finally realized that they can't-do it alone.

That’s where Smooth Sailing Online support comes in to save the day. They eliminate the stress most business owners hate and keep the business running at a steady pace. In this episode, Lyndsay shares some of her success tips and strategies for helping clients stay on track.

The main advantage of working with Lyndsay is that business owners get to work on their business while Lyndsay and her team keep things running smoothly and efficiently in their business. It's an insightful interview with plenty of actionable points.

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