How to outsource your business and life

A Short Guide on How to Outsource Your Business & Life

Doing work you don’t know how to do takes a lot of time. 80/20. 80% of your results should come from 20% of your efforts. Spending 3 weeks gathering 3,000 emails makes no sense if  you can pay someone $50 to do it for you in one day. You can use those 3 weeks to find customers or market.

A lot of people who read the blog asked me about outsourcing so I thought I would find someone who knows it better than me.

I met Dillon Carter online and we clicked. He was one of the first people to join the Import Crash Course . He has created courses and validates like a maniac. He is also an outsourcing machine.

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Start, Stop, Continue… Rinse and Repeat

I noticed that successful companies follow the start, stop, continue methodology.

  • What can I start doing that will help me be more productive and reach my goals?
  • What can I stop doing that’s is causing is making me as unproductive as a?
  • What can I continue to do that’s providing value to me and my customers/readers/users?

I love to start new things. I really do. There’s a certain high I get from doing this. I have some things I can continue. But the big thing is what can I stop?

The C-Guard, Anti Wantrepreneur, Import Crash Course, 12hr WordPress, Membership Crash Course, Look Over It, consulting, web design, a directory and 2 software products.

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A Couple Entrepreneurial Books to Read – 28 of Them

If you don’t read buddy, I have to say that you are missing out big time. Reading allows you to get into the mind of brilliant people from all walks of life. Want to be a creator? Read Benjamin Franklin: An American Life. Want to start a business? Read the $100 Start Up.

Books are the world’s great invention. And with the Kindle or other ebook readers you can have 100s of them in your pocket.

Here is my prized collection of books. I will not say I have finished them all. That would be a lie. But I have have gone through majority of them and they have changed my life. I make time to read everyday.

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Thoughts from a Harlem Guy – Your Love, Passion, Pain, and Problems + Some nuggets

This is a post I wrote for the Fastlane forum. I was reflecting one day and these words poured out. I thought I would share them with you.

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I write this post to the Fastlane forum while sitting at my desk staring out the window in Jacksonville, Florida.

I grew up in the projects in Harlem New York. Specifically Ralph J Rangle House on 159th Street & 8th Ave. Statistically I wasn’t suppose to go to college or travel the world. I was told this by my fraternity brother who at the time worked for the Department of Education.

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Experiment – 24 Hr Business Challenge – Can It Scale?

If you’ve been reading my blog you know I’m quick to test a new idea.

A secret goal of mine is to make 1 million dollars by the time I turn 30. I am a stronger believer that if you get off your ass and take shots, eventually you will score. Let’s do a quick recap of things I have created and how they did.

  • 12 Hr WordPress (did ok)
  • The Import Crash Course (success)
  • Consulting (success)
  • Anti Wantrepreneur (Success – I don’t make money from it but it has hit all the goals I set for it)
  • The C-Guard  (did well in the beginning, bombed long-term, got little attention)
  • Membership Crash Course (still validating)
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About Eugene

Eugene is a New York native who has traveled the world working on crazy projects he loves. He loves Xbox One, Blogging, and Learning

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