How To Outsource Everything: The Lazy Geeks Guide (Infographic)

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Made popular by the 4 Hour Work Week, outsourcing has become the standard in doing business online.

Sure, it's true that some applications can save you lots of time. Right now, I'm loving Buffer App for managing social networks.

But these apps can only go so far. They can't research your next post, fix a WordPress problem or actually interact on your social media channels.

This amazing infographic covers the why and how-to for the following life tasks: email, scheduling meetings, booking travel arrangements, making phone calls, getting organized, tackling low-priority tasks, billing, managing social media, conducting research, micromanaging, and facing everyday tasks. Also learn 6 Tips for Hiring a Virtual Assistant (see last point on infographic).

Outsourcing is an important part of building your ideal life. Have you tried Parkinsons Law to get more done in less time? I've had good success with Elance for finding super qualified freelance workers. I love the rating system.

The Lazy Geek's Guide to Outsourcing Everything

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Now It's Your Turn

How do you outsource? What tip can you add? What challenges have you had in outsourcing?

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Hi, I'm the Author!

Bryan Haines is a travel blogger, photographer and content marketer. He is co-founder of Storyteller Media (content marketing for travel brands). Bryan also runs two authority blogs with his wife, Dena: ClickLikeThis (GoPro tutorials) and GringosAbroad (Ecuador travel).

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  • Garrett Dunham Jun 4, 2014, 7:29 pm

    Great article. One of the biggest issues I’ve had is knowing that I _need_ to outsource, but the question is always _what_.

    Thanks

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