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096: Chris Ducker – Working With A Virtual Staff To Buy More Time, Be More Productive & Build Your Dream Ecommerce Business

Posted by Austin Brawner on October 21, 2015

How would it feel to go from working 14 hour days, 6 days a week, to working 6 hour days and no Fridays? Working with a virtual staff can make that promised-land a reality.

If a self-proclaimed “micro-managing, pain in the butt boss” can do it, then so can you.

Virtual staffing is no longer considered a new concept thanks to Tim Ferriss’s 2007 book “The Four-Hour Workweek”, but knowing how to hire, how to train, and how to manage a fully functioning and efficient virtual staff seems like a new concept to many.

Lucky for us, Chris Ducker, *the* virtual staffing expert, joins the show to talk about working with virtual staff, the type of mindset you need to build a virtual team, how to determine what your staff should be doing, how to take your business to the next level with virtual staffing, and much more.

Give it a listen and learn how you can potentially go from 14 hour days to 6…and no Fridays.

Key Takeaways from the Show

  • How to execute the “Three Lists to Freedom” exercise
  • The one mindset shift you need to make to start working with a virtual staff successfully
  • How building a virtual team has changed and where it’s heading
  • The next level beyond your virtual staffing foundation

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