Outsourcing is the equivilant of having a team or staff of people doing – not only the stuff you don’t like – but the stuff that NEEDS to get done now. And preferably by someone who knows how to do it and doesn’t resist it as much as you do! If you know you NEED to start outsourcing but can’t figure out how to being OR if you have had nightmare experiences before…Mellissa Ingold has put together a great FREE resource ( and some pretty fine paid ones as well) to help you get going FAST and to stay on track.
Yes – it can make you more money
Outsourcing has SAVED my business and made it possible for me to actually HAVE a profit! Mellissa Ingold is MY turn to person for advice on outsourcing and team support because she has been doing this for years, works with magor players and is a great person!
Mellissas FREE outsourcing toolkit
Monthly Outsourcing guides you can GIVE your team!
Her rolodex of great people to work with!
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How many times do we feel overwhelmed, frustrated and irritable without really knowing why? Yes, it could be the washer dribbling water all over the freshly mopped floor, the pupply who delights in shreding that new pair of sandles or the hard drive that suddenly refuses to be found – but more than likely the trouble begins with what we are thinking INSIDE our heads.
When my mind is overloaded with to-do lists, past events and how I might screw up the next set of tasks it never fails – chaos ensues. The only way to get out if it is for me to stop, reset and refocus in a gentle and loving way. A nap almost always helps, but so does a walk, cup of tea or a moment of meditation. When I am focused and using my creative side – the chaos turns into beautiful rapid fire energy that magically transmutes into amazing things. When I am in the middle of beating myself up – everything seems (and feels ) chaotic – making the day super long and generally unproductive.
Clear your mind and then your desk
Clearing up clutter is another way to clam the chaos. There is a physical and emotional componant to clutter that makes us less able to focus on what we want to. The time spent decluttering is also a great way to calm and center your thoughts. Chaos starts with battle between thoughts, expectations and reality. Often what happens is not what I expected and it gets me all bent out of shape. Moral of the story is this: No more beating yourself up!