How often do you get caught up with small business overwhelm? Barbara Turley, CEO of the Virtual Hub, is a true expert when it comes to hiring and on-boarding staff for small businesses. Barbara is an investor and entrepreneur with a keen interest in scalable business models, systems, processes and automation, content marketing and the power of inspired and empowered teams.
The mission of the Virtual Hub is to eradicate small business overwhelm by simplifying the offshore outsourcing process and facilitating cost-effective business scalability. Hiring support is not easy, so I’m excited to hear what Barbara has learnt from hiring some of the best VAs.
Delegation is overwhelming. But it’s an essential part of any business.
Key Points in the Conversation with Mike Vardy of The Productivityist Podcast:
- The simple steps to overcoming overwhelm
- The story behind The Virtual Hub
- A long-term thinking mindset
- Busting the common myths behind ‘I can’t delegate’
- Procrastinating behind busy work
- The most effective way to recruit and onboard a VA
- Providing structures through tools
- The first step of delegation
“If you want to be more productive, learn to delegate, because then you will actually focus your time on the really high-value stuff”
“Delegation is the path to freedom and it is something that you need. It’s a skill that you need to hone and you need to master it”
“A business is an entity all by itself. It’s not you. It’s a machine, it’s a machine to do lots of things. It’s a machine to provide employment. It’s a machine to serve your clients and customers and to serve a need. It’s a machine to serve you and your life. And for you to make money out of that so that you can go on and do whatever it is that you want to do”