If you’re carrying over to-do list from the prior day and you’re not getting ish done. Then it’s time to hire help! If you’re spending way too much time in every box of your organizational chart, then you need to hire help.
One of the best ways to decide when it is time to outsource is to perform a cost/time calculation. I may have tasks that we could perform without any difficulty given the right amount of time and resources but do a cost/time evaluation. I may discover it is more cost-effective to outsource to a third-party than spend taking 9 hours out of my day on Canva or lead pages trying to learn a new software.
When considering expansion, outsourcing should be my first thought and an idea that should be investigated thoroughly. If my business is planning to develop a new product that needs a particular part, I should consider and look into whether a third-party manufactures what is needed. By outsourcing manufacturing of the product, I could get my product to the market faster and cheaper than investing in-house to produce the product.
As a business owner, I should outsource services that I don’t need to handle full-time like marketing needs that don’t require a full-time in-house team.
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