Offshoring can open new doors for your organization in 2024. Offshore talents are more than capable of taking control of your $5/hour tasks to free up your time for the more important revenue-generating tasks.

Here is what we’ll cover this week:

  1. The Power of POD Selling.
  2. Founders, Break Free From Your Inbox!
  3. Offshore Talents’ Willingness to Self-Improve

The Power of POD Selling

On average, a sales professional spends 20% of their week doing administrative work.

But, imagine if your sales team could spend this time on what they do best: selling.

At first, 20% might not even seem that significant. So, let’s take a look at the bigger picture here. 20% means 1 day a week. That is 50 extra sales days a year with 50 business weeks, per seller, that could be gained back and deployed into the market. Still think it is something negligible?

Right, you may ask now, “How do we resolve this?” We do it using the power of POD selling.

The best sales organizations know how to take advantage of the power of POD selling. They are maximizing the amount of time a sales professional spends in customer-facing conversations. 

This means they are not stuck in a legacy bias, that is, “My sellers need to do these tasks because they’ve always done these tasks.” They are identifying what is a $5/hour task and what is a $500/hour value creation task. Then, they are buying back the seller’s time by taking away the $5/hour tasks. 

How are they doing this? They are hiring a talented offshore resource in Bangladesh for instance and putting them in the center of a sales team. Once that happens, they are taking away the $5/hour chores from the sellers. These tasks include:

  1. CRM data entry
  2. Email and Calendar management
  3. Complete spreadsheets
  4. Build account and contact lists
  5. Account research
  6. Track down internal stakeholders
  7. Travel logistics

Consequently, sellers are free to focus on high-impact endeavors—engaging customers, nurturing relationships, and exploring avenues for upselling and cross-selling.

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Founders, Break Free From Your Inbox!

Ever feel like you’re drowning in emails? You’re not alone. This is the story of a real founder and owner of a large electrical business in Canada. He had 60 employees, countless suppliers, site visits, legal issues, and a constant stream of emails. 

His inbox was a nightmare, and his calendar was booked months in advance. He was reacting to what goes in his inbox and the emails that come in over the day. So it’s a completely reactionary business. 

Now how did he get out of the situation? He brought on a virtual assistant with a simple $1000/month solution to his progress-stopping situation. 

That VA started two major projects

  1. The first project is developing the perfect week for the founder. Every meeting and appointment is carefully placed to fit around his lifestyle. He can have breakfast with his kids, and catch their hockey games in the evenings.  

  1. The second is also the email. But this time, the VA sorts all the emails so the founder is consuming only a few urgent emails. The rest can be replied to from a parking lot or even by the VA themself. 

Now, the founder spends his entire day proactively going out into the market to do the things he wants to do, rather than reacting to customer conversations or unimportant emails every day.

Offshore Talents’ Willingness to Self-Improve

I first hopped on to a meeting with Ahnaf, one of the newest additions to the Get Levrg family, a week ago. And his accent took me by surprise.

He sounded like he was brought up in the UK or Australia. What even surprised me more was when he said that he lived his whole life in Bangladesh. I got curious and asked where he picked up that accent from.

His answer is an interesting one. He sounded like that because he watched English overdub animes.

But how does this equate to his willingness to improve as an offshore talent? Let’s hear it from Ahnaf himself. 

Video link: Get Levrg – Ahnaf.mp4

Don’t Forget – Benchmark your team against offshore talent.

  • What is the profit increase you could expect?
  • What is the sales relief/reprieve you could expect to generate the same profit?

Get ready to be shocked!