If you have a small business or planning to create one, then you might want to learn how you can utilise your time more efficiently and effectively. Working on the most important functions of your business is where you should focus all your time and efforts, but it doesn’t mean you don’t attend to none core activities, as those are the building blocks or foundation of your business.
You can hire someone who can do this for you by looking different freelancing websites or you can also outsource this to an outsourcing firm who specialise in different business processes. Most of the none core tasks that takes away your time are the repetitive administrative work, data entry and research. There’s also keeping records of books and other transactions.
If you don’t have enough money to spend, you can search for a remote staff that is willing to work in a part time basis or contractual basis, depending on your needs. If you think this month will be a busy month then you can employ someone during this period. That way you will only need to pay for the days or hours your staff had worked on.
I’m sure you can have a contract set-up like this for a freelancer, but I think that is not possible with outsourcing firms as usually they will require a minimum of 6 months lock-In period. Then again, it’s just a matter of whom you will pass the tasks that needs to be done. You can start doing your own research to find the best place who can help you achieve your goals.