Fancy Hands Review

When you’re starting up a business, there are a million things that you need to get done, and there’s never enough time in the day.  Whether it’s writing content, forming partnerships, or writing code, an extra pair of hands is extremely helpful so that you can offload some tasks.

It’s too early for me to hire people, and with the amount of travel I’m doing, I didn’t think it would be fair to bring on an intern.

Enter Fancy Hands.  Wile there are quite a few similar virtual administrative services out there, Fancy Hands employs folks here in the US.  I’ve used them for everything from gathering links, to doing research for blog posts, and 9 times out of 10 they’ve done excellent work.  I know that Tim Ferris’ 4-hour work week books mention Ask Sunday, but I decided that I wanted to support people who are working here in our home country.  So far, I’ve been using their biggest package each month and am burning through it with relative ease.

While you can use them to do things like make phone calls or manage your calendar, you can also have them work on some bigger projects for you (that’s pretty much all I give them).  I think of them as my part-time, low-maintenance intern!

If you use this link to sign up, I’ll get a credit and you’ll get 50% off your first month –