277 | Outsourcing and Cubicle Escape with Jozsef Kiss

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Jozsef Kiss escaped the 9-to-5 in just one year. His company, Somebody2Hire helps business owners outsource tasks so they can focus more on what they do best. In this episode we talk about his path to freedom as well as how to get started outsourcing for the first time.

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In This Episode

  • How to find the time and energy to start a business while you are still working full-time
  • How Joszef was able to quit his job in one year
  • An easy way to get started with outsourcing even if you have no idea where to find help

Items of Interest

  • Somebody2Hire.com – Jozsef’s web site where he connects business owners with offshore personnel

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Breakthrough

jdayeCELEBRATING A WIN!

Just wanted to pop in and share a milestone I hit this week. I secured a contract over a lunch meeting for over $5,000 to optimize and help manage a company’s social media channels. I begin the contract this week!

He shared with me that he had conversations and proposals from a number of digital marketing companies but mine was the most thorough and professional he had seen.

In his words after taking a couple days to review my assessment and proposal: “I know when someone knows what they’re doing and you definitely know what you’re doing.” He then said, “I hope you don’t mind but I passed your name along to a few of my friends who are looking for help with online marketing for their businesses.”

Do I mind? Not at all, thank you!

So be encouraged and just keep grinding! Good things await you!

Thank you, Jeremy and Jason, for your insights, encouragement and guidance!

Peace & blessings, my friends!

~ Jason Daye

Comments

  1. I want to thank Jason and Jeremy one more time for having me on the show. I hope to inspire more people to take control of their lives. Remember, you can either help someone build their dream or you can build yours. – Jozsef Kiss

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