It’s takes a village to raise a child. And it takes a village to build a business.
One of the secrets to quick business growth is knowing what to outsource, and when.
Most people end up buying course after after course – that sit around gathering dust in their inbox.
But spend tens and hundreds of hours struggling with WordPress and a FREE theme or trying to edit images and videos or create pretty graphics on canva or remove the background on their photos with some free tool
* you hired someone from Fiverr to edit your videos & your photos instead of trying to learn 10 different image/video processing tools.
* you got a website-in-a-box & a course that showed you how to update things the easy way
* you hired a VA to schedule your posts and newsletters / create your graphics on canva.
* you got a housekeeper to clean and cook – or just do the laundry.
You’d save 5-10 hours each week. For $5-$100 each week.
Imagine all that you could do with ALL THAT EXTRA time!!! 5-10 hours. EACH WEEK!!!
* Finish all those courses you “meant to” start some day
* Map out the 6 month plan for your biz
* Write out newsletters for the next 2 months.
* Go plant some flowers
* Take your kid swimming
* Take a nap. A really long one.
* Go get a massage.
Hiring help doesn’t have to be expensive.
Hiring help doesn’t mean you can’t do it.
Hiring help isn’t a sign of weakness.
Hiring help doesn’t have to break the bank.
Hiring help doesn’t mean you’re snobby.
You don’t have to wait until you have a 6-figure or 7-figure business before you’re allowed to hire help.
You don’t need to wait for your mother’s permission either. Or your child’s. Or your spouse’s.
What you do need to do is value your time, your energy, more than you value the ‘struggle’.
What you do need to do is decide that you’re getting help.
What you do need to do is to step up and graciously receive that help.