We are all given the same twenty-four hours in one day. If you ever found yourself saying that in a perfect world you would be a full-time entrepreneur, you are not alone. Truthfully, I enjoy my full-time job yet I also find it fulfilling to work for myself as well. Here’s another truth bomb, my full-time position offers great benefits so at this point in time I do not wish to leave my full-time job.
That being shared, I simply don’t have the time or know how to fulfill everything that I want to get done. I have admitted to myself that DIY is a bad idea when it comes to building your website and brand. I have bit the bullet and have become an advocate of hiring people to outsource the technical side of my entrepreneurial endeavors.
In the past, I would watch YouTube tutorials and try to emulate what I saw. I have no IT background, so the result was usually, for a lack of a better word, a hot mess. Fast forward to today. I have a full-time job, husband, kids, and household to maintain. So, I do not have the time nor the patients to work on something that will not get me the desired results.
I proudly admit to outsourcing. I think that outsourcing should not be a dirty little secret. I currently use onlinejobs.ph but in the past I have used Upwork, Fiveer, and (here’s a secret) eBay. Yes, you can outsource on eBay too. I will say that eBay isn’t as well known as the other websites listed so tread with caution, but it can be done.
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