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STARTING WITH YOURS, ENDING WITH MINE – AN OUTSOURCING PERSPECTIVE

February 21, 2010

You have been working like there is no tomorrow. On your mind, these gnawing questions grow: “How could I have made myself work this way?” “Why have my tries went in vain?” “Do I deserve to live this way?” “Am I really out of options now?” Probably you have already stagnated yourself while watching your dreams grow sour day after day. I am going to say this straightforwardly, “Accept it, stand up and dust yourself off.”

You may have made choices which are off beam. You are but human and being so, you should stop blaming yourself and stop asking about the fairness or unfairness of what has befallen to you. All you need to do now is pull your head out from the cocoon and check on where you are heading to.  Cowering in fear is not a good idea for you to take. Life has saved something for you and together we shall uncover it as we move on.

Do not say that the fate of your business cannot be trusted to somebody. Quite a number of business tycoons grow their business merely by seeing at how people work for them. When problem comes to surface, they do not insist on their ideas. They rely on what others have to say and give much weight on them. Their task is only to put the problem at the center and simply cure the drawbacks through the insights of others. Give yourself a shot and be amazed. Outsource!

At times, people succeed after allowing themselves to stride in a trial-and-error fashion. As and advice, you must negotiate in that unfamiliar territory without any doubt on the results. Optimism is a big factor here. This is also true in respect to hiring your men. You don’t need to hire persons from an office which offers shiny nameplates or a highbrow education in order to succeed in here. Let us put it just this way, as long as you hold vise grip on the other end of the rope, you can always direct others as they grope on their way.

If you are unfortunate enough, you may experience drawbacks. Let this not dissuade you from going further. When you fail, always have the luxury of looking back so that you can analyze well what lies behind such failure. Problems may have its own intricacy but it can surely be reduced into comprehensible terms. Start from there. Sometimes, we can draw confidence from unpleasant aspects of failure. As hackneyed as it may sound, if you can survive and succeed at one occasion, the better able you can be to survive and succeed in the next coming episodes.

Finally and most importantly, show to your men some compassion. Do not give them the lowest pay for the job because like you, they have families of their own who depends on them for support. They are the ones who spend more hours in the work than you do. You may not have seen them when they work but in their hearts grow some worries in trying to do everything within their control so they may not upset you. You might wonder why I know this. Actually, my experience taught me so because like other enthusiastic Filipinos, I am selling my service too.

More information: Advantages of Outsourcing

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