I just arrived at my hotel for an event I’ll be doing tomorrow and while I’m sitting here, I have someone working on a prospecting list of other events that can hire me.

Why is this important to you? Because I said so. Don’t question me. Just keep reading…

At a certain point in your business, you have to start outsourcing more. So how do you know when to outsource?

Here’s the answer:


I wouldn’t be able to get everything done if I didn’t outsource.

The person I have right now is getting contact information for a list of events that I sent him.

And after the contact information is put into the CRM, we will send off a series of email templates to start the process of getting me hired for those events.

(it’s the exact process I talk about in Event Finder)

You won’t believe this, but I didn’t start out as a billionaire (I know, I know…it’s hard to believe but it’s true).

When I started, I did it all by myself. But once I got the process down, I started to outsource because it allowed me to get more things done.

You know you should outsource, the only question is ‘when’?

When should you outsource?