Great Things Come to Those Who Act

Micah Foster, co-owner, argues that passivity yields little of value, highlighting that all his significant opportunities came from active pursuit. He believes in PSP: pursuing dreams, starting early...

Scaling Up and Staying Real

A business founder's journey transitions from personal client interactions to scaling up, which necessitates delegation. As the company grows, creating "Wow" moments and maintaining a personal touch...

Be Picky About Who You Work With

Reflecting on the first years in business, a professional shares a five-point filter for choosing collaborators: avoid jerks for a positive atmosphere, ensure ethical alignment for smoother...

Ditch Fear, Take Risks and Be “Lucky”

Most leaders are paralyzed by fear, yet "luck" might not be mere chance but the result of taking risks and hard work. The post outlines five habits of "lucky" people, including being intentional and...

Celebrating $1,000,000 in Revenue!

Micah reflects on the humble beginnings and growth at Dream Support, drawing inspiration from the Bible. Starting with just one client and now crossing $1,000,000 in revenue, he credits the...

Holiday Hangover

Feeling that post-holiday hangover? Not the 🍻🤢 kind, but the one where diving back into work feels a bit overwhelming? You’re not alone, and I’ve got your back. And guess what? This...

Destructive Power vs. Constructive Leadership

The text discusses the clash between the "48 Laws of Power" and Servant Leadership, highlighting how destructive power opposes constructive leadership. It emphasizes empowerment over manipulation...

Merry Christmas- What do you wish for?

What do you wish, hope or pray for this season? I’d love to know.  I want to tell you a story about why Christmas is a big deal to me and it has to do with my faith. ✝️ As a kid that struggled in...

🤝 The Thinking Partner You Didn’t Know You Needed 🌟

Entrepreneurs and leaders often feel isolated in their thoughts. A remote EA can serve as a valuable thinking partner, offering feedback, challenging ideas, providing fresh perspectives, aiding in...

Unplug with Confidence: Let Your Remote EA Manage Your Inbox While You’re OOO

The importance of disconnecting on vacation and the role of a remote executive assistant (EA) in managing email during time off, allowing for a worry-free break. By setting clear instructions...

The Secret to Hiring a Stellar Remote EA: It’s Not About Platforms

When hiring an EA, look beyond technical skills. Focus on qualities like adaptability, curiosity, and problem-solving. A great EA is a continuous learner and resourceful problem-solver. Look for...

✈️ Air Traffic Control of Your Business 🌟

Amidst the chaos of business, a remote Executive Assistant acts as the guiding force, coordinating projects, managing schedules, ensuring clear communication, anticipating challenges, and streamlining...

👁️‍🗨️ The Power of Details: 5 Ways to Harness the Power of Details

The importance of attention to detail is emphasized by Micah Foster, who believes influential people notice and are distracted by small errors. He urges meticulous presentation, impeccable...

The Magnitude of Gratitude

Happy Thanksgiving! This week, Micah Foster encourages acknowledging and expressing gratitude, highlighting that unspoken thanks can be perceived as ingratitude. Foster proposes a Thanksgiving pact to...

😄 Save Your Marriage, Get an Assistant 💔

My wife, and business partner, is a stellar Executive Assistant, but she is NOT my Executive Assistant! Maybe that comes as a surprise, but I think it’s a smart play. Over the past few months I’ve had...

Where do you find your EAs?

Micah Foster explains the thorough process of finding a remote Executive Assistant, involving multiple steps such as application, testing, and interviews. Foster emphasizes the dedication required and...

Living for the Weekend: An Epidemic

How to avoid the living for the weekend epidemic that has hit our modern, frantic way of living: The 💡 here is to create the life that you don’t need a vacation from. Let’s break it down a bit more...

Invite Yourself to the Party – Networking

When I moved from 6th to 7th grade, which is the beginning of middle school in my neck of the woods, I had a sudden realization I do not have good friends. You’ve heard the phrase, “Your network is...

10 80 10 Principle

Struggling with the D–word?  DELEGATION is difficult for most people, but if you master it, you’ll keep leveling 🆙 and narrowing your focus to your areas of genius. As a busy leader you’ve...

Business vs. Personal – What is off limits?

Just a 💭… ☂️ Imagine someone who has been empowered to reach out to prospects on your behalf, using templates based on your previous communications. They are your right hand in your business. 🗓️...

Time Management is the #1 challenge

⌛ “TIME MANAGEMENT is the #1 challenge for most leaders.” Those were the results of a recent study that focused on 200 agency owners. But it’s ❌ just agency owners it’s busy leaders everywhere! As we...

Hiking through the Amazon Forest

It’s every busy leader’s big hurdle, “How do I begin to involve others in my business? I’m the limiter. I’m in my own way.” The solution can be as unique as the person but there is a common...

The Weekly Huddle

The Weekly Huddle is the perfect way to keep things moving in the same direction with your remote Executive Assistant.  It can be 15-60 minutes and I prefer a Monday or Tuesday zoom call, 📸 on!...

Brain Space

I’m always looking to learn from those we work with because experience doesn’t make you better, evaluated experience makes you better.  Or as John Maxwell says, “Experience is not the best...

Little League Fight

Two adults, and a teenager, almost got into a 🤜🤛-fight at my 9-year-old son’s game a few weeks ago. Here’s what happened: A coach was attempting to locate a 🔑 to unlock a storage container from the...

Projects vs. Ownership

Most new clients we work with have never had a remote EA before and they ask questions like this: ❓ “Should I give my new remote Executive Assistant projects to work on or How does this work best?” ❓...

Simple Arbitrage vs Value Enhanced Arbitrage

I’ve come to the conclusion that there are two basic forms of arbitrage: Simple Arbitrage and Value Enhanced Arbitrage  First let’s define the word Arbitrage. “In economics and finance, arbitrage...

Filling the Trust Gap

I once 😴 through a final exam. Let me explain I had been sick, stressed and woke up late the morning of the test. I barely got myself together, 🏃‍♂️ across campus (lots of stairs, BTW) and into the...

One Willing Connector

All you need is One Willing Connector 🔗 to unlock 🔓 an entire social circle for your business or mission.  👋 One willing referral.  📧 One intro email or group text. One, “Hey X, meet Y. Y...

Here to Help

Months ago I had someone come to me asking for help in finding their Executive Assistant.  I found someone who fit their parameters and offered to introduce them, and then... 🦗🦗🦗...

5 Levels of Effectively Working with Your Remote Executive Assistant, Part 5: Reallocate Your Energy

Now we’re cooking! This is the moment you’ve been waiting for and the reason you first showed any interest in an assistant. After your remote Executive Assistant has cleared levels 1-4 of the 5 Levels...

5 Levels of Effectively Working with Your Remote Executive Assistant, Part 4: Multiply and Clarify Your Thinking

Brain Fog and Decision Fatigue is a real problem for busy leaders. Most leaders make an average of 35,000 decisions per day! So how can you accomplish more, while deciding less? I’ve been taking us...

5 Levels of Effectively Working with Your Remote Executive Assistant, Part 3: Don’t DIY

Recently, I took my family on a 10-day trip to Southern California and for the first time ever I turned off all notifications on my phone and focused on being present. In the past I've regularly done...

5 Levels of Effectively Working with Your Remote Executive Assistant, Part 2: SOP Generating Machine

Let me know if this sounds familiar “I know I need to work with an assistant, but I hate the idea of coming up with things for them to do over and over again. It’s like a second job! I’m just not...

Going from Bite-Size to Right-Size

Last week alone, I had two different clients upgrade their package by +5 hours a week. One went from 20 to 25 hours a week, while the other went from 5 to 10. Most new clients come with little to no...

Problem Presenting vs. Problem Solving

Dream Support advocates for proactive problem-solving, emphasizing that detailing solutions rather than just problems makes one indispensable. Embracing the "Think Before You Speak" philosophy...