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Who is David Allen Capital?

David Allen Capital provides short term business loans to small and medium sized businesses. We provide an alternative solution to the traditional “slow & no” banks.

David Allen Capital is an Independent Sales Organization for the most reputable alternative lenders. The David Allen Capital process is designed to be simple, fast and transparent.

Frequently, a small business will need a small loan, say $25,000. Traditional banks are not interested in such small loans, but David Allen Capital focuses on loans like these. Small loans can have a huge impact in growing a business. David Allen Capital provides small businesses with the capital they need to grow.

Unlike traditional banks, David Allen Capital judges the health of a business based on cash flow – not just credit scores. Our in-depth understanding of small businesses enables you to get the capital you need to buy inventory or equipment, expand or remodel, hire additional employees or launch a marketing campaign. David Allen Capital lenders have provided over $10 Billion to thousands of small businesses.

David Allen Capital was founded by David Rutz in 2015. We have been in business for 3 years and have already provided over $10 Billion to thousands of small businesses. In March 2016, David Allen Capital was acquired by Youngevity International, Inc., a 30 year old, multi-billion dollar company trading as YGYI on the New York stock exchange.

Carla Parvin provides personalized service to business owners in Asheville and the surrounding area. Carla will walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

For more information, go to When you are ready, complete the brief qualification form and the one page application to get started.

Carla Parvin – Independent Agent
David Allen Capital, Inc.
David Allen Capital is a division of Youngevity International, Inc.
DAC lenders have loaned over $10 Billion to thousands of small businesses.
DAC is an Independent Sales Organization for the most reputable alternative lenders.

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How to Systemize Everything!

If you’ve ever looked at another entrepreneur and wondered how they manage to get it all done, the answer might surprise you.

They’ve got good systems.

It’s true. The most productive people all have one thing in common: they don’t reinvent the wheel every day. Instead, they’ve figured out the best, most efficient way to do every task, and they create a system to do just that.

No matter what business you’re in and what projects you find yourself tackling, a systemized approach will help you:

  • Work faster and produce more
  • Produce higher quality results with fewer mistakes
  • Easily outsource the tasks you don’t like to do

The Magic of Templates

How many times do you answer email from potential clients? What about responding to customer complaints? Or mailing your partners about an upcoming launch?

All of these tasks and more become effortless when you create fill-in-the-blank templates that can be repurposed for specific cases/people. Templates can be as simple as a “canned response” in your email client or help desk, or you can use software such as Text Expander (for Mac) or Phrase Express (for Windows). You might even create a template document in Dropbox or Google Drive to house all your templates for easier access.

While templates will undoubtedly save you time, the real beauty is that once they’re created, you can easily outsource things like email and even sales. Simply instruct your assistant on the proper use of your templates, and you’ll be free to do other, more important things.

Checklists Prevent Mistakes

It might seem counterintuitive, but when you perform the same tasks over and over again, it’s easy to miss a critical step. You might think you paid your affiliates this month—you might even remember doing it—only to look back and see it was never completed.

But when you implement checklists, it’s suddenly much more difficult to miss an important task.

You can easily create checklists for all your common tasks and projects using nothing more than a text document or a spreadsheet. If you’re managing a team, checklists in your project management system allow you to see exactly what tasks are complete, and which are still outstanding.

Templates and checklists turn smart business owners into productivity superstars, and it’s easy to get started. The next time you answer an email you’ve answered before, save your response. The next time you set up a new product in your shopping cart or create a new opt-in page, take the time to record the steps. These documents will make future projects easier and faster to complete, and best of all, you can hand them off to your assistant to do instead – giving you back time to do the tasks only you can do for your business!

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