Don’t Reinvent the Wheel. Make the Wheel Better!

Adrian LyewPersonal Development

Since starting Outsource Hub, a lot of folks have asked precisely what it is that we do as a company. We take great pride in providing an opportunity to help other entrepreneurs understand not just the value of outsourcing aspects of their business, as this is not a new concept, but also making it more applicable – especially in the … Read More

“Fake It Till You Make It” vs “Stay In Your Lane”

Adrian LyewPersonal Development

Fake it till you make it. How many times have you heard that spiel back when getting started as an entrepreneur? Confidence and experience count for beaucoup points when delving into the entrepreneurial realm, so many times newbies feel they are at a disadvantage when going up against more polished individuals in their industry. So the newbies do one of 2 things, typically — … Read More

Are You a Likable Person?

Adrian LyewPersonal Development

Really – are you a likable person? Or do only your parents and close friends like you? In business, people like to do business with people they like. Heck, in life in general – people only really like to be around people they actually like! It’s not a topic to gloss over. And this is not a self-help article about how everyone can … Read More

The Optimism-Reality Quotient

Adrian LyewPersonal Development

We live in a society that is generally very skeptical. We’re surrounded by more people who tell us “we can’t do this or that” or try to pull us away from our dreams. Most entrepreneurs have a choice to make, once they’re on their journey towards building their businesses, to filter out all of the negativity and be as optimistic as possible. But … Read More

Morning Person or Night Owl? Why not be BOTH!

Adrian LyewPersonal Development

So you’re a morning person. You love to get up at the crack of dawn (or maybe earlier!), and get a headstart on your day. Or perhaps you’re a night owl, burning the midnight oil maybe because this is how you got through all of your college midterms and exams, and the habit sort of just stuck around. I’m naturally … Read More