Wearing many hats as an e-commerce seller isn’t easy, but letting someone else take over a task you’ve been doing for years could be much harder.
If you’re looking to grow your business, though, you will eventually need to hang up some of those hats to focus on your high-level goals.
In today’s episode, Kevin Sanderson of Maximizing Ecommerce joins me in breaking down some of the struggles and the rewards of offloading workload from your shoulders and fine-tuning your focus as you scale your business.
Kevin is an Under the Hood alumni. He was our guest in a two-parter, where we talked about how to stop being a bottleneck to your own business and how to delegate tasks to offshore VAs.
Today, we’ll be talking about why you should never compare your Chapter 4 to someone else’s Chapter 25, some clever tricks we use to filter through hundreds of job applicants, and effective ways to offload your tasks and delegate them to a team that you trust.
- Why you should give your endeavors some time before giving up – 3:00
- Looking back at our first Under the Hood session – 9:11
- How to effectively offload and delegate your tasks – 12:17
- Simple and effective ways to filter job applications – 17:04
- Why most of us obsess over the tiniest tasks – 27:24
- What Kevin is up to these days – 33:54
- The value of investing in a team you can trust – 40:09
- Never put in your phone number if you’re online looking at insurance quotes – 43:34
If you’re interested in having me look under the hood of your e-commerce business in an hour-long coaching call that we turn into a podcast episode, head over to ecomcrew.com/underthehood to sign up.
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Until the next one, happy selling!