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Jun 25, 2019 09:58:24

Should you outsource?

by @keni PATRON | 200 words | 202🔥 | 202💌

Keni

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For my first business endeavor, I wanted to do it all.
Design.
Analysis.
Decisions.
Copy... and many other little things.

I would spend hours on each task and come up with something I feel is spectacular.

Spectacular - I decided was a direct factor of how many hours I spent on said task. 

Predictably I got burnt out. The never-ending list of things to do got to me.
Fortunately I discovered the art of outsourcing. 

I hired someone to create a logo. 
I encountered a few fake designers and wondered if this outsourcing thing is worth it. 
Then I went back and rewrote what I needed. 

Once I got better at identifying what I wanted, the results I got took my breath away. I cursed myself for killing hours at things I had no business doing. 

Ever since then, I first create a list of what I need to do, identify what is time sensitive and what needs a team of experts.

Then I create a document describing exactly what I am looking for.
Next hire an expert. 

I am at that phase for the Kickstarter.
The one that is going to be the most successfully funded campaign ever

Stay tuned. 

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    @keni Exciting! Your discussion about outsourcing reminds me of a tool I learned about in my Knowledge Business Blueprint. Perhaps I will write about it in a future post.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Jun 25, 2019 07:16:19
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      @brandonwilson - Please do. I will be ready to take notes.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jun 25, 2019 11:25:26
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    @keni do share the link when you launch on Kickstarter!

    Jason Leow avatar Jason Leow | Jun 25, 2019 22:01:50
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      @jasonleow - Oh I have every intention of sharing my journey here.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jun 25, 2019 10:04:51
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      @keni looking fwd ;)

      Jason Leow avatar Jason Leow | Jun 25, 2019 22:10:37
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