outsourcing

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Years ago I was struggling running my own business. There are just not enough hours in the day to get everything done. I knew I needed to get others to do work, but it just didn’t work for me. I tried India…disaster I tried US based workers…too expensive, and they quit too quickly I tried [...]

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Today (literally, no joke, as I offer my one time only coaching program) in the mail I got this package: Complete with brownies and all. (the card is 8.5×11!) The crazier part was that Nathan actually spent money JUST to thank me for teaching him how to properly outsource! (I bet his Filipinos created the [...]

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This post is part of a series on outsourcing from a Filipino perspective. In the part 3 of R’s post, he talks about another common problem with outsourcing to the Philippines: Filipino employees who have lost their motivation to work. This is something that some of you may have experienced. The first few weeks or [...]

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This post is part of a series on outsourcing from a Filipino perspective. Part 2 of R’s blog post is especially important because it talks about one of the most common problems that discouraged business owners from outsourcing to the Philippines and hiring Filipino workers. I can’t guarantee that all the Filipino employees that you’ll [...]

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This post is part of a series on outsourcing from a Filipino perspective. R. [name omitted] has worked for me for about 6 years. He’ll tell you that when I hired him HE KNEW NOTHING! Of course…I knew nothing about hiring Filipinos at the time either! The biggest thing I’ve learned from R. is that [...]

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This post is part of a series on outsourcing from a Filipino perspective. S. (no names will be used) has worked for me for exactly 3 years. I initially hired her to write an ebook for me. Trial work. Temporary. Her writing was so good I asked her to come on full time. Her writing [...]

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This post is part of a series on outsourcing from a Filipino perspective. A. (no names will be used) has worked for us for about 3 years. We initially hired him as a programmer. After having him work for a few months, A’s skills weren’t what we (or he) thought they were. Rather than letting [...]

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