In Episode #188 Ari interviews Adam Stone of Speedlancer, a service that promises high-quality freelancing services and task completion in less than four hours of hire.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 14:13 – Introduction of Adam Stone
- 14:39 – The fastest freelancing on the planet
- 15:24 – Quality and speed rarely go hand in hand
- 15:40 – Acceptance time is usually within 10 minutes
- 16:17 – High-quality writing and graphic design is impressive given the short turnaround time
- 17:08 – How Adam got to a 10-minute workweek
- 17:40 – The more time Adam put into outsourcing, the more time he saved in the future
- 18:50 – Speedlancer only uses native-English speakers form the US, CAN, UK, AU, and NZ
- 19:52 – How does the timing work out?
- 20:28 – Expansion plans
- 20:56 – Agencies, Start-ups and Small businesses are the target of Speedlancer
- 21:15 – Adam’s Top 3 Tips to be More Effective
- 21:18 – Start—you can’t be effective if you don’t get going
- 21:28 – Do everything yourself first—once you get the hang of it, document it down and get rid of it
- 22:09 – Be careful—outsourcing is a risky business
- 23:00 – Speedlaner is fully integrated with Slack thanks to a Speedlancer bot
- 24:11 – http://www.Speedancer.com or Adam@Speedlancer.com
3 Key Points:
- The more you put into outsourcing today, the more you can get out of it tomorrow.
- Just start working—you can’t get something accomplished if you never start.
- When it comes to outsourcing, use varying degrees of caution—it can be risky.
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