"Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do. Don't wish it were easier; wish you were better."
-- Jim Rohn
What are you ultimate plans for your business?
Option A: Sell it one day
Option B: Run it forever?
Reply to this newsletter with your answer.
A Success Story
I know a musician turned bookkeeper. He built his practice from nothing to 27 clients and implemented systems that allowed him to run his entire practice from his laptop and his cell phone. The company is 100% virtual.
His then girlfriend wanted to pursue a degree program out-of-state, which meant moving would have been ideal, but what bookkeeper can just up and leave home to explore such opportunities?
This Week's Recipe for Your Business
Not everyone knows how to recruit someone. Some people will be lost in the process of hiring a candidate and will never know where to start, leading them to hiring someone to do it for them and costing them more money. This recipe for employing candidates will help you plan your process for hiring, whether it's for one employee or for many employees that you are enrolling.
This recipe also helps you keep track of your recruiting efforts.
Just How FREE Are You Today?
Entrepreneurship is often associated with freedom of time and income. No fixed 9-5 job waiting for you, no boss, and no demands to answer to. But just how free are you REALLY?
Can you decide to go to the lake on a Tuesday... with zero notice? Can you just take a week or two off and take your kids camping? Can you live how you want on your own terms?
If your answer is no, then now is the perfect time to start turning things around...and I have a formula to help get you there.
Outsource School’s trainings and playbooks taught me processes and systems that made it possible for me to keep my business running even if I am not online and available 24/7. It also gave me access to a private network of 400+ entrepreneurs from all over the world to share my fears and challenges with while holding me accountable.
If you've been wanting to do more and accomplish more for your business, this is perfect for you.
Did You Know?
Eighty percent of your results come from twenty percent of your efforts? This is not to suggest that you should start slacking off, but rather to ask yourself this question:
Are you busy or productive?
Maybe you're faced with a situation where most of your customers or clients require more of your time and energy than others. Perhaps you spend so much time doing admin work in your business that you don't have time to do marketing or sales or customer service. Perhaps it is something else. The good news is that there is a solution called the 80/20 Rule. Adam Sinkus of the Winning Tactics Podcast discussed this with me last year as we broke it down into actionable steps.
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