Learn How to Outsource and Delegate the Right Way, so You Can Grow Your Business to the Next Level and Free Up More Hours in Your Day
Dear fellow introvert business owner,
When you think of outsourcing, what do you picture?
When done right, outsourcing can mean the difference between being a struggling one-man show and a thriving, profitable business
In fact, there are HUNDREDS of opportunities for you to free up your time by outsourcing tasks in your business.
….and customer service isn’t necessarily one of them.
You can outsource all those little pesky tasks that suck up hours of your time, leaving your brain too numb to make important strategic decisions.
You can outsource the jobs that you would normally have to spend hours learning how to do yourself. After all….
Why waste your time learning how to do some complicated job that someone else already knows how to do better?
You are the CEO of your own business, and you need to start thinking that way when it comes to running it.
The problem is that many people start trying to delegate, and end up doing it themselves instead.
After all, only YOU know how you want it done!
Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. You just need to follow a proven process and take the time upfront.
You’ll end up saving hours and hours of time in the long run.
I’ve created a course that will teach you step-by-step how to get started outsourcing by using the proven process that other successful small businesses use.
Identifying Tasks To Be Outsourced the first in a 4 part series to help you outsource and delegate as an introvert business owner
Do any of these describe you?
If any of those sound vaguely familiar, then you need to take a look at my newest course….
In Identifying Tasks To Be Outsourced , I’ll walk you through the whole process of getting started with outsourcing – step-by-step.
You’ll set your goals for outsourcing, and identify exactly which tasks to start outsourcing first.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to:
We’ve divided up the course into easy, bite-size sections so you won’t get overwhelmed. And, you’ll have no reason to procrastinate!
You will get an Action Plan Checklist to keep by your side as you expand your outsourcing activities.
Want the specifics?
Here are the topics we'll cover
Introduction: The What & Why of Outsourcing
Understand the meaning of outsourcing, how it works, and how it can help small business owners and entrepreneurs like you.
Then moving on to Identifying Tasks To Be Outsourced
Identify a wide range of tasks that can be outsourced for your business, as well as which tasks to avoid, what risks are involved, and how to choose which tasks to outsource first.
By the end of the course, you'll be well on your way to freeing up huge chunks of your time so that you can focus on the critical parts of your business.
You’ll be able to spend your time on the most important value that YOU add to your business.
Don’t waste another minute on tasks that someone else can easily do for you. Start outsourcing your business and making your life easier today! J
The Risks of Outsourcing
You also need to consider the risks of outsourcing. To start with, you should understand the general risks outlined below. In the next module, we'll talk about performing a risk assessment for each aspect of your business that you consider for outsourcing.
The risks of outsourcing are
Loss of Control
Whenever you outsource, you give up some amount of control over your business. This makes the first time particularly scary. No matter how good the help, you simply can't manage everything they do. To some degree, you always have to give up control and that is ok. As long as you are not using this as an excuse not to delegate any tasks at all.
Whenever you outsource or delegate, you also have to trust someone outside of your company with its inside information. You should always keep this to a minimum. You may have to grant access to your website or database, give out passwords, or share sensitive customer information with service providers. Even if you don't have to trust them with any of these things, you're still sharing some part of your business's operations with an outside party, such as your SEO strategy or marketing techniques.
If you follow this course, you're bound to find highly professional contractors who meet deadlines and stick to their word. But there will always be times when there are delays. When you complete the work yourself in-house, you have control over when it gets done as it is normally you doing it. You can burn the midnight oil to make sure a task is done on time. But there are times when outsourcing leads to delays. Delays could also be caused by lack of communication or trouble coordinating schedules.
A good way to handle risk is to start small and gradually outsource more. If you start with one job and one service provider, get it going, and then move on to the next, you can minimize risk.
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