A guide to outsourcing nonessential tasks

05/19/2013 | Small Business Trends

It might be time to outsource some of your responsibilities if you spend a lot of time on activities that don't generate revenue, Chris Hamilton writes. You can get started by keeping a log of what you do every day and writing out instructions for how to do each task. You might be able to find someone to handle certain tasks by posting ads on Craigslist or using services such as Elance, he writes.

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