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By delegating some of your work to others you get to free some time in your schedule or in other words: to leverage your time and get a lot more done with less time. One can clearly see the benefits of getting some free time in their hands. Who wouldn't want that? But did you know how outsourcing can actually make you money? Here's how you do it:

1. Hire a few people to find you clients
Obviously, it's not that simple. You need to first learn how to find clients for yourself on your own first. Then, you need to set up a process which if fllowed leads to clients for you. Then, you break down the process into actionable steps and delegate different steps to different people. In the end of the day – the better your instructions to your assistants, the better they will be able to do their work for you.

2. Hire a few people to do your unwanted work
It is not clear at first how this leads to making you money but you will se precisely how it happens in a moment. Usually, lots of the admin work is boring, at least to 90% of the entrepreneurs. If you keep doing it yourself, just because you don't like doing it – it will be delayed a lot, it will be done but halfway only, it will be left to be done some time later. And, this is not good for you as an entrepreneur – the more organized and the more ready for clients you are, the more you'll get.

3. Hire a few people to do your own work
Let's think of it this way: your client pays you $100 per hour for the work you do for them. But, you can find people who can do this same work for $10 per hour. What you do next is: hire those people and allow them to do the heavy lifting for you. Train them if you want to. At the end of the day – you'll still check everything before you submit it to your clients but you'll be paid far more for far less of your time.

4. Hire a few people to help you with your expert work
Entrepreneurship is about learning new things, all the time. From blogging, to marketing, to teleclass leading, to shooting video and writing sales pages. That is – expert work. The better you know how to do business the easier it is to attract and retain clients. Now, a HUGE short cut in the learning curve is – find someone who writes or talks exactly the way you want to in your business and then – hire someone to do the grownd work – the script writing, the voice over, the presentation, the animation, etc, instead of you – just like that someone else would have done it.

5. Hire a few people to be your concierge
Don't we all want to do it all on our own? Or think we can. But the problem is – the more clients you have the more you'll need a team who will be handling the correspokdence with your clients and help them feel great for choosing to work with you. Your own pleasant, helpful and polite consierge does help you a lot to make money because: happy clients stay longer with us and the additional VIP treatment is what they like.

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