My 4HWW Tools: A Quick Look at Elance.com
is something I’ve looked into several times, but still haven’t pulled the trigger (Tim Ferriss also mentions it in The 4-Hour Workweek
). Its purpose is two-fold. For those of you looking for help to kick off your business and outsource tasks (web design, virtual assistants, etc.), Elance is an extremely valuable resource. You’d be amazed at how inexpensive it is to outsource some of your daily tasks to a virtual assistant, who can complete the tasks while you sleep. I’ve mentioned this before, but I still need to write up a full post about virtual assistants, as it definitely deserves more attention.
Likewise, for those of you looking for gigs in whatever area you specialize, Elance is an excellent place to find customers and acquire some side jobs while you build your business.
Once I get around to actually using it, I’ll be sure to post a full detailed review of my experience.
30-Day Challenge Update – Day 26 (2/20):
Coffee $ 3.65
Dinner for 2: 20.76
Day 26 Total $ 24.41
30-Day Challenge Expense Total: $418.43
“Allowed” Expenses Remaining: $81.57
Average Daily Expense to Date: $16.09 (Target Average: $16.67/day)
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