Break Free From Your Email’s Inbox with Yaro Starak

Break Free from your email's inbox

“Breaking free from email was one of the most important steps I made as an entrepreneur. Now I want to help spread the word about InboxDone so more entrepreneurs can experience the same freedom.”

Yaro Starak, Founder & CMO of INBOXDONE

 


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Episode Overview

Today we’re excited to talk about inbox zero and to have Yaro Starak on the Service Business Mastery podcast. Yaro runs an amazing blog on entrepreneurship and also owns a lot of companies.

Join Tersh Blissett and his co-host as they talk with Yaro Starak (Founder & CMO of INBOXDONE) about how INBOXDONE was created, who it helps, and then the kinds of tips and support we can use to manage our email boxes. Let his nuggets of wisdom goals guide you in owning a thriving, profitable, and ever-growing business.

(“Yaro Starak is the CMO and co-founder of InboxDone.com, an email services company with a team of more than 25 people that serve clients such as restaurant owners, venture capitalists, accountants, doctors, lawyers, real estate agents, car retailers, and online trainers, among others.

Yaro has made over 30 angel investments in tech startups such as Steezy, LeadIQ, Fluent Forever, FitBod, and Nutrisense, as well as property investments in Canada and Ukraine and has built a 3.6MW solar farm in partnership.

Yaro sold his first firm, BetterEdit.com, in the mid-2000s and went on to build an online education company, Blog Mastermind, selling over $2 million in books and online courses while traveling the world and living in 26 different locations.

Yaro has been featured in hundreds of media sites and events, including SkyNews, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Foundr, and hundreds more.”)

In this episode of the Service Business Mastery Podcast, Yaro Starak discusses his white label email management service, InboxDone.com, which is designed for busy professionals and entrepreneurs.

  • By using proven customer service and sales processes developed over years of managing email, InboxDone was created to assist people in breaking free from managing their email.

Do you also have to deal with a crazy-large inbox? Join us as we sit down with Yaro, and let’s talk Inbox ZERO! To learn some tips and tricks on staying organized, sane, and having a little less “arrrgghh” in admin, tune into this episode!

 Yaro explains that one of the reasons he created the company was to have a little more freedom.

 [00:16:00] “So it was inspired by my audience at the time, and it worked.

And it was even more amazing because those two test clients were opposed to me. One was like a libertarian podcast host who sold all kinds of services based on that. The other was a mental health disorder, not a physician, but more like a consultant in that space. So, finally, the whole thing worked,” says Yaro Starak.

 [00:35:00] Yaro Starak also talks about email privacy and some example of financials in venture capitalists.

  [00:36:00] “We have the basics, such as using a VPN to protect data, LastPass to protect passwords, and sharing and allowing access to your email account and sharing passwords, as there’s a reason for those kinds of barriers. Family members may email personal information about family situations that you don’t want others to know, right?” says Yaro Starak.

 [00:37:00] “Therefore, if there are any situations in which you simply don’t want other people involved, do not delegate those tasks. It may not even concern a personal matter, but you simply don’t want anyone else dealing with those messages. We will create a folder for those messages, and then we will not look at them again,” he further adds.

Yaro discusses the tools that you can use to control who opens an attachment to your email.

  • We don’t want to take the chance of making a mistake, so we use such as doxing, which allows you to control who opens an attachment to an email, and other similar things, so we can put barriers in place.

[00:39:00] In this show, Yaro talks about why their company isn’t the cheapest virtual assistant company.

  • “The hiring process consists of ten steps, including testing, vetting, training, and an internal course created by my founder She was our first email assistant, so they review all of that. Then they’re paired with a junior-senior situation, so they can learn from someone who has already done it.
  • So, we have a wonderful, progressive progression until they feel comfortable in their work They know how to connect with clients And, to be honest, this is a human-to-human business Human beings are the variable here Working for others is limitless and complicated, and we try to match things like personality, which is as absurd as sending a Democrat-leaning email assistant to a Republican customer. right?”

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SHOW:

  • The good news is that “The email management system” no longer requires you!
  • How to Improve Your Inbox Management System or even make it perfect!
  • How to save several hours per week by doing just email?
  • How to set a timeline, testers, and pricing structure for a new business.
  • How to make sure that a client of yours is fully protected?
  • Learn how to handle your inboxes and email inboxes and how to make it a pleasant experience for all.

To find out how Yaro’s vast business knowledge can help you start, grow, and improve businesses, here are some Key Resources from his interview:

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Listen to this podcast and get equipped with essential business advice from this impactful conversation. 

So, what’re you waiting for? Tune into this episode right away and get one step closer to becoming the successful owner of your dreams.

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About the Guests:

Yaro Starak of inboxdoneYaro is the co-founder of InboxDone.com, an email management company with a team of 45+ serving clients including restaurant owners, venture capitalists, accountants, doctors, lawyers, real estate agents, car retailers, online coaches and more.

Yaro has made 30+ angel investments in tech startups including LeadIQ, FitBod, Steezy and Nutrisense, has property investments in Canada and Ukraine, and in partnership built a 3.6MW solar farm.

During the mid-2000s Yaro sold his first company, BetterEdit.com, then built an online education business, Blog Mastermind, selling over $2 Million of his books and online courses, as he traveled the world, living in 26 different cities.

Yaro has been featured in SkyNews, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Foundr and hundreds of media outlets and events.

For more visit: www.yaro.blog

 

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