One of the biggest mistakes I made when I was just getting started in business was this: I failed to consider if and how I would be able to leverage my startup.
Yes, I had thought about hiring employees down the road and at the time I thought that that was leveraging- boy was I wrong! Hiring employees can be a useful leveraging tool for some business models, but for others, the cost just doesn’t pan out. And that’s where I fell short.
I hope you have a big cup of coffee in hand because today we are going to dive into the idea of incorporating charity and giving directly into your business model.
If you’re a follower of my blog, then you probably already know that I love talking about business. I derive a lot of joy from seeing other entrepreneurs get started in the business world. But there is something bigger than that that drives me to continue putting in the time on this blog (which is a full time job in and of itself), and that is the idea of spreading social entrepreneurship.
Hey guys! Welcome to Part Two of the Ultimate Guide to Outsourcing. If you haven’t yet read Part One, go back and read it now. Then come back here because in this post I’m going to show you exactly how to go about hiring your first virtual assistant, including how to interview them, train them, and communicate with them. Let’s dive in!