I want to get more done, but I haven’t found a way to create more time.  I have my own company with talented people on the team, but they are all busy doing their job.  They are too busy to help me realize my other ideas (and our R&D budget isn’t large enough yet).

Throughout the course of life, I observe things.  Problems.  Challenges.   “Wouldn’t it be nice if there was…”  An app?  A widget?  A thing-a-ma-bob?  A website?

My list of ideas is stacking up because there isn’t enough time for me to implement them all.  Sure, not all of the ideas are great, but even after paring the list down, I still have a full inbox.

One important thing to know about me – I am a DIYer.  I have a basement full of tools and I’m not afraid to use them.  If you’ve read my blog for any amount of time, you will have seen the furniture, the CNC, the video games.  I love building stuff (both physical and virtual). So, the thought of asking someone else to do something I can do myself is…crazy necessary.

So that’s exactly what I am going to do.

Last week, while listening to one of my favorite podcasts, I heard about fiverr.com.  Fiverr is pretty cool site.  Get stuff done for $5…or maybe a little more.  In the past, I’ve looked at odesk (now upwork) and elancer, but something about fiverr’s low cost of entry caught my attention.

Over the coming weeks, I am going to be working on outsourcing TWO projects through fiverr, and I will use this opportunity to share what I learn with you!