Posted by Scott Bywater in Outsourcing Feb 25th, 2014

Outsource Your Way to Success

If you want to outsource your way to success, you first need to identify
how much you want to earn this year.

Go on, pick a number.

Let’s say it’s $150,000.00.

Now let’s take a moment to break that down.

How many weeks do you want to work?

For simplicity’s sake, with these calculations, let’s say it’s 50 weeks.

That means you need to earn $3,000 a week.

Break that into 40 hours, and you need to earn $75 an hour.

With this in mind, I want you to make a list…

Of everything you do that’s earning you less than that…

That you can pay for someone else to do for you.

For example, I used to send my own invoices.

Until I worked out that I could pay someone $5 an hour to
do that same task…

So I could focus on the stuff that actually mattered…

Like writing ads.
Developing a new marketing campaign.
Creating emails that bring in hundreds of dollars daily.

How about you?

What would you do with your time if you didn’t have to do all
the busy work?

Make a list of all the things you could get someone else to do.

Things like invoicing, customer service, email management.

Go on – DO IT NOW.

Ok, have you done it?

Now all you need to do is find someone who can do it for you
for as little as $5 an hour?

The best place I’ve found to do that is with building a team
from the Philippines.

Want to know more?

Then listen into this webinar

Scott Bywater

Scott Bywater

Direct Response Copywriter at Copywriting That Sells
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