How to Outsource Your Way to Better Content

Don’t try to be good at everything at the expense of mastering nothing. Seek consultation when you’re not knowledgeable, hire talent when the talent you possess does not suffice, and outsource the little things that are killing your schedule.

I was going to bed crying and waking up vomiting.

I was putting in 80-hour week after 80-hour week and still not getting it all done.

I was acting as CEO, CFO, manager, secretary, and janitor. I was everything and more to the company I had started.

Things were going 24/7 with no sign of slowing down.

If it hadn’t been for a friend’s advice, I would have drowned. “Robert,” he said, “if you’re doing a job that can be hired out, hire it out!”

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