Do you ever find yourself wishing there was an easier and more simple way to get all your administrative work done?
RV Administration System or RVAS is a computer program that is specially designed for the caravan and motorhome industry.
Business that could benefit from the RV Administration System include:
RVAS is built to take care of all your administrative needs so that you can spend less time filling paperwork, chasing down emails and managing tasks across various platforms.
RVAS’ efficient layout allows for easy access to what is important, all on one simple system. Allowing you to stop stretching your time over multiple other softwares.
Does this sound like a good solution to you?
Here are 5 ways RV Administration system can improve your business:
Available at anytime, anywhere, RVAS allows you to manage quotes, inventory systems and much more with a click or a tap from your computer, laptop, tablet and smart phone.
RVAS provides a straightforward way to easily send quotes and invoices to your suppliers and customers.
Designed to organise over one million parts, RVAS can be uploaded and downloaded to websites and other accounting systems with full integration with Xero.
Our easy to use dashboard provides a simple format to create purchase orders, return orders and credit invoices, with uncomplicated views of your inventory, customers and suppliers. Anyone can use this system.
Already a fully developed business? Don’t worry RVAS is able to come with a selection of your suppliers and labour costs pre downloaded. So you can hit the ground running.
The RV Administration System is your complete database and operating system for your automotive business.
RVAS, managing all your administrative needs.
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Do you call yourself a creative person? Perhaps your initial reaction was along the lines of, “I’m not creative/artistic/imaginative enough..” “I used to be but..” “I would like to be, however..” or “I don’t have the time.”
Will you ever have time to complete that painting, sew that dress, or write that short story that’s been floating around your head?
Overtime our creativity gets buried deep within. Responsibilities or other tasks smother our creative spark.
Creativity can seem self indulgent, something only artists, children or retired people can participate in. Can you still feel that fire of creativity deep within?
As a full time university student, I am constantly in battle with my priorities (studies, exercise, family, chores and sleep) and with other interests of mine (music, photography, sewing, writing and painting).
Upon doing a bit of research on how to practice creativity once again, I found some interesting information.
Here are a 5 steps you can try to fuel your creativity once again:
1. Let It Be Bad
Give yourself the permission for your work to be bad. Once you lift that pressure of perfection, your work will flow more freely.
Block out your time. Select one or two creative projects to work on and then schedule in time to work on these tasks.
3. Get Moving
A study conducted by Stanford have found that walking boosts creativity by about 60%. The walking sessions conducted lasted for only 5 to 16 minutes, stating that “The study also found that creative juices continued to flow even when a person sat back down shortly after a walk.”
Joe Bunting, author and creator of the blog ‘The Write Practice’, also cites movement as a catalyst for creativity. Listing many ways how you can practice creativity on the go. Including:
Carry writing (or drawing) tools wherever you go
Use your phone as a notepad (also use your phone to capture photos of things you see and that inspire you)
Take advantage of your downtime, and
Wake up to the day
4. Have Art Dates
This is a great way to practice creativity whilst hanging out with friends and family.
“It is natural to judge your work. It is natural to feel disappointed that your creation isn’t as wonderful as you hoped it would be, or that you’re not getting any better at your craft. But the key is to not let your discontent prevent you from continuing to do the work.”
Try to do a little bit of creative work each week, to exercise your creativity.