Outsourcing—When, What, What-Nots

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:

  • Tate Litchfield
  • Erik Peterson
  • Scott Todd

Today’s Topics:

  • The Magic of Bootcamp—At every Bootcamp at least one deal is closed in real time. This last one in Orlando was no exception. Several deals took place over the weekend—including one in person, and a first-time sale that resulted in 3 parcels! Is it the magic of Bootcamp or the boost of confidence you gain from being around others in the business?
  • Hiring VAs—It’s a subject that comes up often because it’s a struggling point for a lot of people. We go over WHEN, WHAT, and the LAST thing you should outsource.

Also, are there some things you shouldn’t outsource at all?

  • County research—County research is very important in this business.

If you don’t get county research right day one, the rest of the business goes off the rails.

The guys all share why it’s important to do that task yourself.

Listen in for all the details!


Mark: Check out the free site SleepyTi.me. It will tell you what time is best for you to go to bed and wake up based on your sleep cycle.

Scott: Check out the Macstore app called PhotoBulkEditor. It instantly puts a watermark on your photos so no one can steal them. You can use your own logo on the watermark and the date as well stopping all photo thefts.

Tate: Check out the app called Scannable—it’s linked directly with Evernote. You can scan a document right from your phone and upload it to Evernote. A good way to get all your document into one place. Simple and easy to use.

Erik: Use google doc to create a swipe file of headlines and one of the best places to get those headlines is from the email marketing that comes to our own personal mailbox. Just read and copy those headlines.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *