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Outsourcing: $2 plus $2 equals $200 (or more)

You’re about to discover why the difference between two dollars spent, and two dollars earned, is not four dollars, but as much as $200 to $2,000. It sounds crazy, but it’s true. Let me explain. There are lots of parts to your online business, and you probably divide your time among all of them. Most […]

You’re about to discover why the difference between two dollars spent, and two dollars earned, is not four dollars, but as much as $200 to $2,000.

It sounds crazy, but it’s true. Let me explain.

There are lots of parts to your online business, and you probably divide your time among all of them.

Most of us tend to spend our time doing a lot of $10 to $20 per hour work.
That’s stuff like web page editing, making your product, writing blog posts, and doing lower level creative work.

If you’re like most people, you’d actually prefer to be spending your time on the $200 to $2,000 per hour work. That’s top level CEO stuff, like figuring out kind of business you are in, developing strategic marketing partnerships, and deciding what products to make.

(This is what Wall Street CEOs get paid the big bucks for, and what YOU want to be paid for, too.)

The big huge problem is that we tend to spend MOST of our time doing the lowest level $2 to $5 per hour work. That’s things like checking statistics, going through email, building links to your websites, market research, and all stuff that you’re either not good at and hate to do, or too good at and waste your time doing.

If you’re spending time on $2 per hour work, you can’t spend enough time on the projects that will earn you the 200 to $2,000 per hour that you deserve.
And that means you’re working too hard IN your business to ever find the time to do the real profitable work ON your business.

But if you could quickly and easily get someone else to do your $2 per hour work for you, and even the $20 per hour work for you, what would that mean to your business?

Would you then have time to come up with new ways to make money online?

Don’t you ALREADY have a few dozen ideas for new businesses you would like to try?

Yes, you do. We ALL do.

And we all have the same number of hours per day that we keep slicing up into smaller pieces — mostly stuff that earns us $2 or LESS per hour.

But you never get around to doing the high value work because you’re spending far too much time on the $2 per hour tasks.

And that, my friend, is why you should become an expert at Outsourcing.

John Reese has made a video all about outsourcing that may make these even far more clear to you.

http://budurl.com/23h4

Yes, he’s going to ask you for your email address before you see the video. That’s because he’s got several more videos about how to outsource effectively that he wants to give you.

The first one is revealing. The second one is motivating. You’ll want to watch them all.

Here’s one of the first thing John is going to reveal to you: You can hire college-educated professionals from all over the world to do high quality work for you and your business for about $2 per hour.

The point is this…

If you could learn how to stop earning yourself $2 per hour, and pay someone else to do that $2 per hour work for you, then you could do the $200 to $2,000 per hour work — the real high value work — that a business owner ought to be doing.

And wouldn’t you rather earn $200 an hour than $2???

So go watch John’s video. There’s a world of freedom that is waiting for you.

http://budurl.com/23h4

To Your Success,

–Mark Widawer

P.S. You’ve probably got some concerns about outsourcing, like quality of work, not wanting to manage people, and high costs. Well, John will address all of those concerns and more in this and the following videos that he’s made.

And I’ll be letting you know about my own outsourcing experience, too. (I currently have 4 projects being handled by OTHER people at this very moment — it’s VERY liberating.)

Go here: http://budurl.com/23h4

2 replies on “Outsourcing: $2 plus $2 equals $200 (or more)”

I think it is ridiculous your practice, and hope your sons and daughters to earn those miserable $2 dollars an hour for their entire life!

Do you think it is ethical to pay someone $2 while you are doing $50?

You are a quite miserable scary person if so…

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