How to work with virtual staff, buy more time, be more productive and build your dream business.
Superhero Syndrome is described by outsourcing expert and “Virtual CEO,” Chris Ducker as that malady that haunts many small business owners – we think we have to do everything ourselves in business. You know the type of thinking…
- it takes longer to show someone how to do something than to do it ourselves
- we can’t afford to outsource
- we have the best attention to detail
- it’ll only take a few minutes…
It turns out that the small business owners that are flourishing are those that decide to stop being afflicted by this syndrome and seek to find help in growing their business through creating a virtual team of staff. Is it time for YOU to drop the “superhero syndrome” and take advantage of the freedom that hiring virtual staff can provide? We’ve collated three articles to help YOU discover the benefits of virtual freedom. These articles are all based on Ducker’s bestselling new book – Virtual Freedom.
- 4 Ways to Manage Your Virtual Staff
- The Fundamentals of Virtual Staff
- The Three Components to Hiring a Virtual Assistant
In his recent webinar “Virtual Freedom” Chris offered expert advice on how to get the help your business needs with the resources you can afford. This on demand webinar is an invaluable resource for all entrepreneurs, small business owners and those seeking to start their own business.
On Demand Webinar Details:
On Demand Webinar. Listen from the comfort of your desk or on-the-run through a mobile device.
Price: $19. This webinar is FREE for Premium Members.
Speaker: Chris Ducker
About the Author:
Chris Ducker, “Virtual CEO”
Chris Ducker has helped thousands of entrepreneurs around the world implement successful virtual staffing strategies into their businesses, releasing them from the shackles of the over-worked, over-stressed lifestyle that most business owners endure on a daily basis. His approach to leveraging time, as well as maximising business systems and processes – all with a focus on running businesses from a distance – has earned him the title of the “Virtual CEO.” Read more about Chris Ducker.