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Why You Should Delegate and Outsource No Matter What Business You’re In!

I remember before I got into real estate I called someone who had retired from the 9 -5 life, and was doing real estate full time. I had already read the Rich Dad series of books and I was well aware of the pitfalls of the do-it-yourself mentality. I still remember the conversation: “If you hire a handyman, or god-forbid a plumber, you’ll waste all your cash flow for the month! If you

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How to Curate and Create Amazing Content in the Digital Era

The creation of content has never been so abundant in human history. In fact, every day there are more than 500 million tweets and 3 million new blog posts published.

Some bloggers might even think that it is no longer about the pure creation of content, but finding it on the web, modifying and adapting it to their public. They are actually dedicating their jobs to content curation and adaptation

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7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Outsourcing Your Work

I’ve had a lot of experience with outsourcing in the last few years. It’s really been a Godsend that I can give some of my work to other quality people who can do a job well-done at a price I can afford. I’ve had good experiences and bad experiences, and I’ve learned a lot along the way, so I’d like to share with you some tips, 7 mistakes to avoid when outsourcing

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How to Stay Organized When Outsourcing Your Work

As an online entrepreneur, I often need to outsource some of my work so I don’t get too bogged down. I currently have two assistants that help me with my online businesses, and they are the best I’ve ever had because I’ve finally perfected my hiring process.

Hiring the right people for the job is not the only obstacle you need to overcome when outsourcing tasks to a team of contractors

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Consultant Role in Outsourcing – Save Time, Reduce Risk

This is a guest post by Emma.

Outsourcing today has moved beyond from just carrying out an organization’s back-end processes to a knowledge-intensive industry. From IT and software services to logistics and distribution and back-office HR processes, the business process outsourcing is expanding across verticals. The industry’s horizons are now extending to knowledge process outsourcing and legal

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Why Almost All Businesses End Up With Employees

Blog and Retire Case Study Update Week 21

Almost all businesses end up with employees because there tends to just be too much to do. There are only so many hours each day so there is only so much you can do yourself. Once you start making a little money, you can start investing that money back into the business by building it up even more. Part of that monetary investment can go toward employees, or in this case, outsourcing. If you can

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Bet You Don’t Really Know What An Entrepreneur Is

An entrepreneur is basically someone who doesn’t want to work for the man, has an idea (or more), and creates a business out of it.

Typically, if you are solely an entrepreneur, you don’t do much actual work. You find others to do the work for you, but you need to explain your idea to the people you “hire”.

Here’s a fun video I came across that my friend Husam posted

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