Here's a little bit about me:
I've been in online business since 2009. For 5 years I've been learning, trying, testing, building, networking, etc.
In those 5 years I learned a considerable amount about working online and running an online business.
But somehow, no matter what I did, it wasn't successful at all. In this 5 years I started several startups (and crashed them like a pro with no effort at all).
In 2014, there was a change. My websites started to work. I finally had a successful online business, but unfortunately it was going so slowly...
A snail pace. Glacier speed.
In early 2015 I had the opportunity to steal knowledge and secrets from one of the best online marketers: Mr. John Reese, the first guy who made $1 million online in one day, outside of the "make money online" niche.
From Mr. Reese I learned several important things about running online businesses, and one which led to me start several successful startups. This advice is the one which I will share with you here:
"Let other people finish boring stuff. Hire other experts/freelancers to complete everything for you that can be completed by someone else instead of you. Outsource everything which can be outsourced".
Before, I was doing everything by myself: planning, software development, copy writing, creating products, writing ebooks, networking, search engine optimization, marketing, customer support, and so on.
And honestly, I was an idiot for doing it all.
If planning, building and launching new products have 100 parts, I could do these in 10 months.
It means that I need to spend 10 months, working hard and only see a profit after 10 months.
But on the other hand, I could hire 10 people who can finish it in 1-2 months. That way I can launch and see profit in a considerable shorter time.
I will also have much more free time to start working on new startups/products whilst gaining an income from my existing work.
So, if you are working on something which is taking too long, you now know what is the simple way to get the job done.
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