Outsourcing yes, as I’ve mentioned, is a great tool.
Going for a wakeboard on the weekend I did not realize the true value of outsourcing, let me explain.
So I do not own a boat, nor do I own a wakeboard, or do I possess the high knowledge and skill in wakeboarding. However, I still managed to go out on a board. Now how was I able to do this you may ask?
Well, all I simply did was outsource the things that I did not have in order to obtain them and successfully complete my task which was wakeboarding.
I arranged with a couple of friends of mine who had both boats and boards and reached out to them making arrangements for the session to go underway.
Altogether. All I had to do was arrive with myself and a towel, they brought their boats their boards and their knowledge and I was up wakeboarding in little to no time at all.
This was such a benefit of outsourcing the things I did not have. I did not have to spend thousands of dollars purchasing a boat in order for me to simply have a session of wakeboarding, all I had to do was contact people who did and organized with them.
Instead of costing me an arm and a leg it cost me $100 to pitch in for some fuel.
I suggest this to you if you want to try something like wakeboarding and you do not have the equipment, trust me wakeboarding is a load of fun and I look forward to outsourcing my next experience.