Want to learn how you can delegate your ENTIRE business? Then check out this interview I did with 24 year old Chris Schwab, who runs 2 businesses (one of them in just 10 minutes per DAY) from 11,000km away and is the founder of InoVA Local, which provides virtual managers for small and local businesses.
- Growing up, Chris moved a lot from the US to the UK and back.
- Chris went to boarding school, restricting him from doing any entrepreneurial venture he wanted.
- Chris grew up with autism, in college, he took psychology for the benefit of himself.
- At the final year of his studies, Chris went to South Korea, met his entrepreneur-spirited best friend and got influenced to starting his business.
- They are the best of the best when it comes to local service business virtual assistants and they’re confident they can help you.
- InoVA Local offer two separate virtual assistant packages to help you run your business – Virtual Assistants and Virtual Managers.
- They also offer other services that lets them do your work for you, such as phone calls, scheduling, billing, emails, team managements, payroll, recruiting, customers, administrative works, and marketing.
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[01:59] Victor introduces & welcomes Chris.
[02:45] Chris growing up on an entrepreneurial point of view.
Growing up, I was never a fan of authority.
[06:21] How he started his business.
[08:02] Generating the Cleaning Business Chris built.
I decided that I would just dominate one platform, and that’s my local community.
[11:10] The biggest headaches and how the second business started.
I’ve gone from working 12 hours a day to just 10 minutes a day.
[13:19] The system Chris built.
[16:26] More about his business.
[17:23] Chris’ day and InoVA.
[19:06] The headaches he experience on InoVA Local.
I find trust as the biggest thing with business owners.
[22:05] Getting more clients and building trust.
[25:46] His referral system.
[27:49] Books, resources, and influencers Chris is into.
Tim Ferriss – The 4-Hour Work Week.
[31:59] Chris in two years’ time.
[33:27] Getting in touch.