Why You Need Help.

(and where to get it)

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14 Responses

  1. Hi Chad,

    They look great and for what you’re paying it’s unbelieveable value.

    Have fun,

    Mike

    Michael Finlayson
  2. I’ve been on the fence about outsourcing. Now, I’m not. You are right. I will be looking into this a lot more. Thanks so much for the video and pointing out some things I didn’t think about. Also thanks for the recommendations. Looking forward to the next video.

    Donna 🙂

    Donna White
  3. Nice vid Chadd, I have used freelancers at times, but probably not to their full potential! – looking forward to the rest of your vids to learn how I can perhaps do things better!

    Mike
  4. Great video again Chad. But I do not have an online business yet. What is the best way to start?

    Ian Maranon
  5. Nice vid Chadd, I have used freelancers at times, but probably not to their full potential! – looking forward to the rest of your vids to learn how I can perhaps do things better!

    ngih thomas
  6. Another great video Chad. I’m intrigued with an idea you kinda brought up……sub-letting your contractors.

    You’re saying it would be possible to hire somebody from, e.g. AOV, and then make not only enough money to cover their fixed salary but also a further profit, right?

    If so, then the issue becomes, ‘am I competent enough to find work that they can do?’

    I wonder if you could make some more videos about matching freelancer’s abilities (i.e. what do they need to be able to do) with the kinds of jobs people are wanting bids for? I’m worried about incurring the fixed cost of hiring somebody but then putting a bid on a job that my freelancer can’t do.

    If a person could swing that trick then it would be a business that would be truly portable….i.e. done truly from a laptop anywhere in the world. That’s always been what I wanted to do…..travel the world while I worked from my laptop.

    Regards,
    Art

    art williams
  7. Chad,

    Thanks for your video. I have also been using Freelancer.com with good results. I have had a couple of hiccups but that’s to be expected. I had greater problems when I had employees.

    So I highly recommend Freelancer.com.

    I have heard of Agents of Value but haven’t tried them. So thanks for your recommendation.

    Ed
  8. Are freelancer.com and Agents of Value better and cheaper than getting tasks done by people at Fiverr, Odesk, and Elance?

    Brittany
  9. If so, then the issue becomes, ‘am I competent enough to find work that they can do?’

    ngih thomas
  10. looking into this a lot more. Thanks so much for the video and pointing out some things I didn’t think

    ngih thomas
  11. If this stuff intimidates you, try fiverr.com to have do small jobs for $5 per task including voice overs, traffic help, graphics, simple programing and more.

    Once you are used to delegating you will find it easier to give work away to an outsourcer on a regular basis.
    4 Hour Workweek is awesome – read it three times!

    James
  12. I now understand the momentum curve for having someone else do the the work needed. Its a compound effect, even though you might make less money by giving the majority to the worker in the beginning. You will accomplish more longterm and make more money because of the power to complete more tasks.

    Terrence
  13. Hey Chad,

    Thanks so much for your great information.
    In your estimation how hard is it to guide the creative process? Are the freelancers pretty adept at design?

    Daniel
  14. Ya great stuff as always and Loved the 4 hour workweek. (too bad I am a Mechanic/Auto technician…)

    Todd

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