Sarah Tugender: How Outsourcing Saves Sanity
Date Of Show: August 06, 2020
8-7 Momentum Magnet with Sarah Tugender.
Life can be overwhelming. Sometimes, it may feel like there’s just too much to do and not enough time to get it done! On today’s episode, we discuss how outsourcing can save your sanity and what happens when people take advantage of doing less.
How do I become more efficient at work and at home?
Where do I start outsourcing and what does that look like?
Karen Morales welcomes guest Sarah Tugender, who has been working as an efficiency expert for medical care practices for 15 years, to delve into these powerful questions.
We’ve all experienced an overly busy schedule, but there are countless ways we can lighten the load and find our flow. Tune into this week’s episode for advice on delegating tasks, simplifying your daily life, and finding your strengths at work and at home.
OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE
● How does Sarah give peace of mind to her clients? [2:58]
● Keeping the medical environment safe and systemized [6:50
● 3 things that make or break efficiency in any business [10:45]
● How to bring boss babe energy back home [14:13]
● What happens when people start doing less [22:48]
● Start here when beginning to outsource [25:46]
● Advice on outsourcing while remaining socially distant [31:33]
● What to do to build momentum and grow your business fast [35:16]
3 MAJOR POINTS DISCUSSED
To get farther faster, you need to do less. Making life easier should be accessible for all of us! Taking some of the tasks off your plate in order to free up time for more important things in life truly changes the game. Outsourcing and simplifying can save tons of time and decrease stress and clutter in the mind. Sarah gives great examples of how you can delegate tasks and uncomplicate areas of your life so you can feel more joy and ease.
Know what makes or breaks efficiency in business. Sarah shares three powerful aspects of business that can make or break your efficiency. Knowing who is responsible for what tasks or areas of the business, having people working in their zone of genius, and managing by metrics rather than emotions is vital for maximum, organized productivity. Not only that, but these three things translate to our personal lives as well. Try them out for yourself!
How do I start outsourcing? Karen and Sarah detail the difference between tasks best done by you and outsourceable tasks, while touching on ways you can easily incorporate help from others into your daily life. Remembering that any decision to outsource can be temporary is important. Trying it out without expectations or judgments may change your life in ways you’ve never imagined! Sarah offers valuable advice on how you can do this gracefully and in a world where we are distant from others.
Visit Sarah’s website: www.sarahtugender.com