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The Power of Review

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Hi guys! Welcome to another great opportunity to stop and reflect. I just did a quick little podcast around this topic. And it’s around reviewing. The power of REVIEW.

You know I’m going in the car, right!? We’ve got this big wind screen out the front – and then we got a little review mirror at the back. And the reason why we had this review mirror, is so we can actually keep on looking at the rear view.

In our reflection we should ask ourselves, “Am I on the right track? Is there someone coming up the side? And if I make that turn, am I gonna get knocked over?”

And so, this is where we constantly – we need to review.

Again, I’d like to go to four (4) debriefing questions or four (4) reviewing questions when we go through this process. And the questions are:

  1. What’s worked for you? What’s some of the wins? What’s been some of the success for you over the previous year?
  2. What’s been some of the setbacks? What hasn’t worked? What’s been some of the challenges over previous year?
  3. What are some of the key lessons? What are some of the Aha moments that you’ve experienced previous year?
  4. What do you need to be doing different this year?

Now, I try this question all the time. What’s the most important question out of those four? And people go, “Oh, what didn’t work?” and other goes, “Oh, what do I need to be doing differently next time?”

What Did I Learn?

The most important question is, WHAT DID I LEARN?

What was my Aha moment? What were some of the key lessons? Because we run patterns. Everything we do in life, we run patterns.

And when we can look at the good patterns that we run, and the bad patterns that we run – we can go, “you know what? I want to do more good patterns,” right? How do we amplify that?

But then we also need to see our bad patterns – what are those patterns that are holding us back? What change do we need to make, to go from bad to good?

So, the third question is – what are my key lessons, is the most powerful question.

What Do We Review?

Obviously, we go through – and I’ve got a number of area I’m going to suggest you review:

  1. We review health, super important.
  2. Relationships.
  3. Your finances, your investments.
  4. The places that you’ve visited or the experiences that you had.
  5. Also look at new learning throughout the year that you’ve done and achieved.

Are there any other areas, you know?

And obviously, you have on your work front. Looking at, you know, your key lead generation strategies. Your conversion strategies. Client fulfillment strategies. Your business structure – so your legals, your account, your systems, your processes, your planning.

When we go through this, and we do this every quarter with our clients. When we go through this review process, it gets the Aha moments to start to pop. Because now, they’ve reviewed all those four key areas of what’s worked? What hasn’t worked? Key lessons? And what do I need to be doing differently?

And then, boom – when they start to plan for the next quarter, enables them to really go to another level.

So, I’ve got the full outline of that on our upcoming podcast. So jumped on to our website, jamesshort.com.au. Go to podcast. Subscribe. And I’m looking forward to share all or some of the secret sauces with you on other podcasts.

So, there we go! Monday Magic Moments, great way to get started for the week. Let’s get into your review process this week.

Looking forward to speaking with you soon.

Plan Ahead: Resolutions or Goals?

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When the year ended, what did you do? Did you make a list of all your new year’s resolutions, or did you set a list of goals that you want to achieve the following year?

Take note of your answer. There are three things I want to discuss:

  1. Why new year resolutions don’t actually work.
  2. The importance of creating vision boards and why it’s crucial for the year ahead.
  3. Why is it important to map out in the next 90 days?

Resolution versus Goal

So, RESOLUTIONS!

The stats say that at least 80% of resolutions wont last until June. And I totally I agree with that. I reckon it’s even more. Because resolutions are usually set in a stage where, you know – “Ah, I wanna stop smoking,” or “I’m  gonna do this, I’m not gonna do that.

And usually what happens with resolutions is there’s no plan behind it. So it’s all well and  good. You write it down, put it in the drawer at the end of the year. It’s like the dust gather on it and that’s where it leaves.

So, what is the difference between a resolution and a goal?

A goal actually has a plan associated to it. It has mapped out of what the actions, what needs to get done, the reasons why and how to go about it. Where resolutions is just like, oh yeah, it be its nice to have. That’s why resolutions, I personally feel don’t work but goals actually do.

Create a Vision Board

The second component is creating a vision board.

Now some of the thing that we do as a family, is sit down on Christmas break and we get our laptops out – we review our previous year’s vision board and then we set up the next year’s vision boards. So its pretty cool around the kitchen table, all of us we start to map out.

We get our goals written down in relation to what we want to achieve throughout this year, then we go, “okay, if there’s a picture that would associate to that goal what that look like?”  So we go to Google images and we type out that goal. Then we have that goal and we put in a slide on a PowerPoint.

So what happens is you create what’s called a montage – of all the different goals, different pictures of what you want to achieve for 2019. And that’s super easy, cause then you save it, you print it, laminate it, and you put it in the shower.

Importance of Creating a Vision Board

The reason why it is so important because this is what when you get up, you have your shower. When you go to bed, you have your shower – you just see it constantly each time your in the shower. It reminds you of what the activity is. It reminds you of what you need to start to be doing, who you need to become more of.

This is the motivator, this is the juice, the pictures of where you want to travel, the things you want to have, the person you want to become more of. Its so important to have this as your visual component.

The 90 Day Plan

The third component is, why is it so important to get the 90 day plan ready to go right now?

Because it’s so easy to get  overwhelmed when you get back into the business. So when you’re having a clear right map of what you need to get done over in the next 90 days, you get back in the super charged mode knowing – “okay this week I need to that, next week I need to do that.

And so the frustration completely goes out the window, because you’re super clear, you’re super focused and you’re on track of what you need to do.

So, resolutions or goals? Ask yourselves and think about what you need to do.

Business As Usual: Your Quick Guide to Getting Back in the Game

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Traditionally in the real estate game, most real estate professionals don’t get back to work after Australia Day. Most of them slowly get into things and before you know it, they’ve already lost one or two precious weeks.

But, there are those who have already started back and they’re going already. So I wanna share with you, for those who maybe coming back this week or may have been already back for the last couple of weeks.

Three (3) key tips to get you back in the game:

  1. Are you back physically?
  2. Emotionally?
  3. Mentally?

So these three tips are going to help you to really get things going quickly and ensure you’re hitting those strikes – hitting those goals super fast.

Map Out Your Goals

There are three (3) important things when it comes to getting ourselves back in the game. Firstly, is ensuring you got your goal set.

Yes I know, you have probably done it. But have you mapped out your twelve months? Have you mapped out the next three months? Have you mapped out the next three weeks? What about the next three days?

So when you clearly mapped it out, that engages the psychology of, “Okay, this is what we need to do,” and it starts to get you in the action component.

But what I find is most people map out their twelve-month goal, but don’t actually map out what they need to do in the next 90 days. Or the next 30 days. Not even the next 3 days. It’s really important, but not enough people seem to be doing it.

So that’s the first thing: ensuring you mapped out those goals.

Create a Positive Environment

Second component is to ensure that you surround yourself in a positive environment.

You know we get back and you know everyone’s talking and asking, “how’s your holiday? and blah blah blah.” Is that really conducive to a positive environment you want to be in? You’d want to get out.

Let’s go! Let’s get into the activity!”

So, you may need to take yourself out of the office and surround yourself with nature. Ensure you’re getting on the phone. Ensure that you’re actually having team meetings outside just to get that momentum going.

Remember the second component: surround yourself with a positive, uplifting, inspiring environment.

Exercise

The third thing and this is a huge thing – is getting back into a routine.

Now, we strongly believe in creating your ideal weight. But how do we do that?

The biggest way and the quickest way to make sure you get into a routine is – exercise. Exercise releases endorphins that helps you get up in the morning. I strongly believe you get that exercise in the morning and start a great day.

Get yourself into that routine of building and building an exercise program, and then from that you get the energy to get into the other components of your day.

These components might be difficult at first, especially when you just got back from a well deserved break. But try to keep it to heart and you’ll be surprised how fantastic the results are.

Again, get back in the game with these three things in mind:

  1. Set your goals.
  2. Surround yourself in a positive, uplifting, inspiring environment.
  3. Ensure you get back into your routine quickly and concisely.

Breathe, Visualize and Move

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Was there ever a time that you felt overwhelmed by so many things that are going on around you? Tasks that you need to finish, work that are piling up by the minute? How did you cope?

I want to share with you today the importance of B.V.M.: B for Breathe, V for Visualize, and M for Move. It’s a cool exercise that we do with a lot of our clients.

This is also an opportunity to really give you a tool that’s going to help you to get through the next couple of weeks at least.

So often, we have so many plates that are spinning around and around at the same time. What I notice is that people go from one plate, starts spinning, and go to another plate – and start spinning, and so on and so forth.

And what it does, it actually results to headache. People get overwhelmed with too much going on at the same time. People get frustrated.

So B.V.M actually allows you to transition those plate spinning. Transition those different tasks, activities or deliverable that you need to be working on throughout that day.

And this process really gets you centered, and it allows you to get clear on who you need to become and what you need to step into.

Breathe

Obviously breathing is a huge component. We all breathe, but how deep and how often do we actually really breathe? So, what happens is that when emotion is high – when you got so many stuff happening, your emotion’s through the roof – logic is usually low.

What happens is that, when we become quite emotive, we start to breathe from the neck part up. And we start to take short breaths, and we start to get more emotional.

And so, by breathing – it has to be some nice deep belly breaths. It enables you to decrease that high stake emotional component and start to get into more of a logistical kind of way of thinking.

Then, it starts to ground you. It starts to decrease that frustration and decrease that feeling of being overwhelmed. And when we do just a couple of, say 3 nice deep breaths, it starts to center us and it starts to ground us on where we are at right now.

If you are feeling overwhelmed then you can try this step right now. Clear your mind and take three deep belly breaths. How did that make you feel? It’s not time to move to the next step –

Visualize

Second component is Visualize. V for Visualize. Visualizing then moving into that next task. Moving into who I need to become or what am I about to do. You, seeing that task. You, visualizing that task in your mind.

Because what happens is that, when we play up our video screens in our internal mind – it starts to shift our behavior. It starts to shift our physiology. It starts to shift that internal reaction, those reactive models inside of us.

When it starts to shift our responses, then our physiology changes. Our behavior changes. Then our activity changes. Therefore, our results also change. So, V is to Visualize what’s coming up in your mind.

Visualizing the task is you preparing your mind and body to do the task. It may be a task that you do not particularly enjoy. It could be something tedious. Instead of putting it off, visualize yourself doing the task. Get a clear picture in your mind of yourself doing it.

Move

The last component is M for Move. And what I love to do, and I love to suggest to clients is, when we’re going through this B.V.M – we’re energetic beings. So, the more you move, energy creates energy. When people go out and don’t have enough energy on time – it’s like, nope, wrong.

Movement helps you do more, it creates more energy. And so, you know, if it’s a lap around the block – if it’s a lap around the office, if it’s a lap around your chair – by shifting your energy, by utilizing that movement, it starts to release those endorphins. Release those hormones that you can start to then find the energy to do the activity that you need to move in to.

So B.V.M: Breathe, Visualize and Move – this really helps you to transition from task to task. Really helps you transition from going to one conversation, then to a different conversation. And starts to help you get through the day and get through the activities, and obviously help you to achieve the goals that you want to achieve.

Internal vs. External Pressure

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Now that all the craziness of the holidays have died down, I’d like to talk about an interesting subject – pressure.

Where is the pressure coming from?

Now, you must have experienced going to shops and people are pushing. The prams, and you’re pushing the trolleys, and it’s just absolutely crazy sometimes. And it’s like – “where’s this pressure all coming from? Where’s all this stress coming from?”

It’s really an interesting opportunity just to take yourselves out of the situation and go – “Wow! Am I buying into this pressure?” And is this pressure or stress – whatever you want to call it – is it an external part?

Is it the people around you? Family? Is it friends – wanted to catch up. Wanted to do this, wanted to do that. You know, the pressure of – got to get presents, I got to do this, I got to do that.

Or is it an internal pressure? Is it the internal pressure of your own internal expectations? Is it the internal pressure of your own beliefs, patterns that you’re playing out?

And particularly within your business environment. What pressure are you putting on yourself or what pressure are you thinking is coming from an external component?

How do I lessen the pressure?

It’s always good to just stop and realize where’s this pressure coming from. Where’s this stress coming from? Is it internal? Is it something you’re putting on yourself?

Or is it external that you’re taking on?

And a good little strategy to actually just go – Wow! It’s just a stop. It’s just a (deep breath). Take that deep breath and go – alright, let’s just have a bit of a time-out here.

What am I feeling? How am I feeling? Where’s this feeling coming from?

Give yourself time to stop and realize what is really happening. You can control the pressure by just taking a couple of deep breaths and giving yourself time to analyse the situation.

Ask yourself some good, key, quality questions. Identify where the pressure is coming from. Then let it go. Do not let yourself get consumed by worries. Just have a laugh. Just have a joke.

So if you feel stressed or pressured today, stop, and think. Where’s this pressure coming from? Is it internally or is it externally? Take a few deep breaths and ask yourself some good, quality questions, and remember, don’t buy into it!

Looking forward to speaking with you soon.

Mortgage Brokers as Thought Leaders

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Is it possible to be a mortgage broker and a thought leader? It might seem like a strange concept – after all, what “new” information can one offer in this industry?

The main reason anyone wants to become a thought leader is to get noticed. Everybody says they’ve got the lowest rates, everybody is such-and-so area’s “leading expert” and everybody assures customers of their trustworthiness.

If you’re going to be noticed in a crowded market, you have to be different.

Let’s say you are a successful mortgage broker. You’ve been in the industry for a while and know it inside-out. You have created a niche market. You genuinely want to help people.

Let’s say I’m a customer. In fact, I’m a newbie. A newbie property investor/developer. I’m working with a great real estate agent, and I’m learning everything there is to know about the market, which areas are ripe for development, what type of development I should focus on, what ROI I can expect, and all that fun stuff.

So what can you – the money guy (or gal) – teach me?

Well… I don’t fully understand the scope of property development. I’ve been told it’s never as straightforward or as predictable as I envision, but that’s all I know. I don’t know exactly how much contingency funding I will need. I don’t know the best type of loan I need and how to manage the distribution of funds.

Sounds good, but not exceptional. With everybody claiming to be the leading expert, everybody can give me that info.

But you can give me something different. You can educate me on my money mindset.

My wha–? Exactly. Based on our conversations and my financials, you can tell me what my relationship is with money, and how I can put it to use in the best way for me, in a way that makes me comfortable, and helps me achieve my goals.

So you’re telling me I have a relationship with money, huh? That’s a new one.

Precisely.

When it comes to my money, I’m either an achiever, an intuitive, a balancer or an experiencer. And when you explain these concepts to me, you help me understand that making the best investment decisions is not just about numbers on a screen, but about my attitudes and goals. In other words, you put my fledgling investor/developer biz into a real-life scenario so I know exactly what I’m getting myself into.

And then I’m going to do something I won’t necessarily do with someone who says “trust me” on their homepage. That’s right, I’m going to trust you. I’m going to see that you have taken the time to really understand me, my money habits and preferences, my money beliefs, and my goals – and somehow through the magic you possess, you have put together a formula for real estate investing and development that works for me in a real-life situation.

You were able to give me vital information that up to this moment, I did not even know I needed. You took your time to get to know me, and know what information I needed most. And you handed it to me, explained it carefully in words that I fully understood. That made you different from everyone I met who claimed to be the leader.

What kind of information is going to set you apart? Your hard-won lessons. Your earned wisdom. Your experiences. In other words, what makes you, YOU.

So how do you become a thought leader/go-to-guru? Share information:

  1. Blog. Focus on value, and on sharing something new that will benefit your customers. If you wonder how or if your own blog is ever going to get traffic, boost your credibility and drive traffic to your site by guest blogging on other people’s sites, for example real estate professionals, architects, contractors, developers, etc.
  2. Contribute to your local newspaper. While paper news is going away, people do like to catch up online and small local papers typically enjoy a loyal readership.
  3. Create a podcast or vlog. If you’re a better talker than writer, put your face out there in video form! You can add guest speakers to your podcast for more interest and value, and share helpful tips in 2-minute video clips.
  4. Boost your social media presence. Many businesses are too “business-y” on social media and end up being unfollowed. Of course LinkedIn is business-oriented and you will want to share content there – but don’t dismiss the power of Facebook and Twitter. Search for questions relating to your expertise and share your answers, as well as fun and entertaining nuggets of information that your main audience will appreciate.
  5. Write an ebook. Distill your knowledge into this one format that you can gift to your customers, or use as lead generation on your site.
  6. Join forums… but do more listening than talking. People love to give opinions but it’s easy to get caught up in arguments about who has the best approach. Soak up the wisdom, and periodically post an article. If you do post commentary, make sure you always back up your opinions and statements with facts, always with the customer’s benefit in mind.
  7. Become a speaker. Speaking at events, seminars and conferences is a great way to build your reputation. People are more likely to remember you if they heard you telling your stories in person than if they glanced at your online presence. Start local at chamber of commerce events, business groups, and so on.

Not all of these methods will work for everyone, and your time is limited – but consider this a form of marketing that will yield a much greater ROI down the road than paid ads. Whatever gets you noticed and remembered will get you business.

Choose the method that you feel works best for your communication style and the way that your target audience likes to consume content… and start sharing your expertise.

Becoming a thought leader is a journey of interactions with people (through various media) that moves you into a position of authority.

The Importance of Investing

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Today is a perfect day to evaluate the week, what has been some of your wins? What has been some of your lessons throughout the week? It’s a great opportunity to stop, reflect and just to think of – what are you grateful for? What’s some of the successes? What’s some of the wins? What are you most proud of for this week?

This is a great opportunity just to stop and reflect, and just to take note of – you know? What are you doing really well? What did you learn to maybe do better next week?

So, I was remembering when I was down at lovely Manly beach. We stayed there for the a couple of days. Wow! What an experience! And I learned something very important, which I want to share with you.

I want to share with you about the importance of investing.

What is INVESTING?

There are three (3) key elements when it comes to investing:

  1. Investing in yourself
  2. Investing in people
  3. Investing in money

So, those are three things: TIME, MONEY and PEOPLE.

What are you doing in relations to those three things? And the reason why I sort of segway into that is obviously, we spent three days investing on ourselves and also investing in the team.

Looking at – you know, taking myself out of the business how do we then, picture yourself above the business and looking down. What are you doing for that each week? What are you doing for that each month? How are you investing in your time – in the things you need to invest in?

And it’s really good to just stop and take note of what you’re actually doing. Then obviously, investing in your people. So, what are you doing to do that? What are you doing to invest in your people? To really give back to them. To really allow them to grow – allow them to shine and really step into their own geniuses and role.

The third thing is how you’re investing your money. And, you know, there’s so many great people out there to share and take you on that journey as well.

So, looking at those three key areas – we just stop and look at, you know, who’ve you got in your team that enables you to support that?

So, while I was at Manly Beach I was working with my personal coach – the legend and the man himself, Taki Moore, on working on both myself, the business, and our people.

And then I worked with one of our other coaches and mentors, Michael Griffiths, on really working with the team and also working with the money.

So, who’s on your team to really support and guide you in those three key areas.

There we go! It’s a great way to stop, reflect – what’s some of your wins? What’s been some of your lessons?

Love to hear what they are for you for the week. Looking forward to speaking with you soon.

The Magic of Saying Thank You

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Today is a good opportunity to stop and review the week that you’ve just had, and to just talk about some of the key lessons and those Aha! moments that you’ve taken for the week.

So, what about you? What’s been some of your wins over this last week that you can share down below? What are you most proud of? What are some achievements that you’ve done? Things that you want to highlight – and what about some of the lessons that you’ve learned this week as well?

I’m just heading out from the office today and I would like to share with you what I learned this week. What I want to share with you is about the power of actually saying one word, or maybe two words – THANK YOU.

It’s really a powerful thing, because of the energy that is associated with the words “Thank You” is quite profound and quite powerful.

So often we take so many things for granted, when things are expected and we receive them, we sometimes take them without any acknowledgement. But when we stop and actually just go, “you know what? Thank you for that. I really appreciate, I really acknowledge you for doing that.” No matter how big or how small it was, it goes a long way.

What you can actually see when you say those two key words or one key word is, it opens up their whole paradigm. It opens up their smiles and it opens up their whole energy. It only takes a second to say it, no effort on your part, really. Not only is it polite to say thank you, but saying it transforms the entire experience.

How many of you have experienced this? When someone – a coworker or family recognizes your efforts, no matter how small and gives you a sincere thank you, doesn’t the encounter leave you feeling positive? Wouldn’t you want to leave that same feeling to the person that you’re communicating with?

I hope the realization allows you to incorporate these two words when dealing with people. It enhances the experience for both the giver and the receiver.

So, who’ve we said thank you to over this last week? And who can you say thank you over the weekend, or over this coming week?

Make someone’s day! Really acknowledge someone, really light someone up. So – WINS, LESSONS and THANK YOU.

Thank you and have a good day.

Opportunities Are Everywhere

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Hey guys! Hope you are well. So, what’s been some of your wins? What’s been some of your lessons over this last week?

I am on my way back from a client meeting, heading back to the office and I thought I’d share my experience with you. When you start off your day you’ll never know who you meet. You’ll never know who you come across.

Recognize and Acknowledge Good Opportunities

I’ll give you a little example. On the way to a client meeting in the city, I called an Uber and I started chatting away – chatting away, lovely guy. And he started saying, “what do you do? Who do you help?”

We were about, you know, all the different things that I’ve been doing and who I’m helping – and guys, you know what? I think he’s someone I might need.

I said, “Okay, so tell me a bit about you.” And the next thing he’s telling me this whole story of coming from India and so forth. And he’s a structural engineer but he’s got a company set up, and he’s got all these other business partners.

The next minute, we had this amazing conversation, and he goes – “look me up on LinkedIn. Let’s continue the conversation.”

And I thought to myself as I got out the Uber, it’s just, you’ll never know. You’ll never know who comes across your path. You will never know who you gonna meet. You’ll never know what the next step is.

Yes, we can do the planning. Yes, we can do our goals but when we actually stop and we actually be present – and be present with ourselves and be present with other people, opportunities come up.

And so, those opportunities are everywhere. You just have to know when to recognize the opportunities for what they are.

Most of the time they come unexpectedly. They can be circumstances that you did not expect, or people that you did not expect to meet – like that Uber driver.

You just have to be present, and conscious enough to know when you come across these opportunities, so you can use them to your advantage.

So, I’d love to hear – what’s some of those little stories you may have had over the past couple of years. And, what’s been some of your wins and lessons throughout this week?

So, there we go! You’ll never know who you gonna run into.

Outsourcing: Stories and Lessons Learned

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You’ve probably heard your colleagues and friends talk about outsourcing. So what is it? And what is the power of outsourcing.

Challenges in Outsourcing

I’ve been outsourcing now for close to 10 years now, and it’s pretty powerful. I personally have a team of 10 and our other business, Support Zebra Australia, has a staff of close to 300. Outsourcing has also really helped out our own personal clients leverage their time.

I want to share with you some of the stories.

It never used to be that way, never used to be with all these team members behind us. We’ve got the scars, we’ve had the opportunity where we’ve taken on staff before – overseas – and then just the overseas staff just went missing in action.

We’ve gone through the journey of, you know, of trying to recruit, trying to train, trying to maintain and the wheels have fallen off.

But, why do we outsource? What’s the power of outsource?

How do you Outsource?

Basically if you want to increase your productivity, if you want to increase your own time – personal time off – if you want to save money or you want to make more money, outsourcing is an amazing way to do it.

Now, what happens is that, if you’re wondering where do I start? Where do I go?

Well, you know the good thing is that I’ve put together these amazing webinars to help you answer these questions. You can check out my website or chat with me directly – and yeah, let’s talk and discover how to solve these challenges together.

You can also register to my 7 STEPS TO OUTSOURCING and learn how to scale, profit and leverage your team through outsourcing.

The benefit of outsourcing is really – if you’ve got things that are ongoing, mundane recurring tasks that you go – you know what? Someone else should really be doing this.

If you’ve got tasks that, if you’re looking at your hourly rate, and you know – you know what, someone else should be doing this. Or if you need to be focusing elsewhere in your business, and you know that this part of the business needs to get done by someone else – this is a perfect opportunity to learn how to outsource.

How to really get the most out of your team? How to really drive that productivity so you can really be focusing on what you do best?

Benefits of Outsourcing

I’ve got a number of clients that go through this process and what they’ve realized is that they’ve got back to client-facing activity, rather than getting stuck into the mundane of emails, admin and that kind of stuff.

These clients actually gone back to meeting with their clients. They’ve gone back with meeting new prospects and opportunities. They now have gone back into face-to-face, telephone work, so they can build those relationships and have someone do behind the scenes.

So if you want to come along, check out this upcoming webinar. Just type in outsource below and I will give you the details. Love for you to come along.

Learn something, learn what we’re up to, learn on how we can assist you to outsource so we can help you really grow your business.