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Leaders Love Company

May 14, 2018

It’s simple. You can’t do all the things. As your business grows, the list of tasks you need to get through grows as well. Knowing when you need to reach out for help is crucial to your continued growth as a business owner.

In this episode, I’m joined by outsourcing queen, Dina Eisenberg, as she shares her tips on how to identify the tasks we shouldn’t be spending time on, cultivating our team (whether virtual or in-person), and covering the costs of outsourcing.

What You’ll Learn in This Episode:

  • Why your business requires you to be the thought leader and why you should delegate the administrative tasks to someone else
  • What is the mindset needed to begin delegating? (because we all know it can be a huge mental roadblock to let go of control)
  • How outsourcing allows you to solicit new ideas into the business
  • As the business owner, you need to be at the creative thinking level and not at the “doing” level
  • How to overcome excuses you tell yourself when considering outsourcing (ex: not having enough money, not having enough time to train someone else, etc.)
  • The 3 steps to outsourcing: 1) Identify the tasks, 2) cultivating the team, and 3) covering the costs
  • The 3 lies that entrepreneurs tell themselves to talk themselves out of outsourcing:
  • Where to even start when identifying the tasks you should outsource
  • How to select the team that’s going to help you
  • Should you start with virtual assistants or in-person help?
  • What is the connection between delegation and leadership?






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