This is from Lead411.
As an entrepreneur, it’s in your nature to try and do everything within your company. At first, when funds are tight, it’s a good idea. Sales, accounting, management, trash removing…it’s all part of starting a business. But at what point should you let go and bring on other people to help you?
Take it from me: the longer you wait to delegate work, the harder it is to let go. You’ll convince yourself no one could possibly do the job as well as you. That it’s cheaper to just do it yourself. But you’re wrong. And it took me four years to find that out.
1. No One Can Do it As Good as You. This simply isn’t true. Otherwise there wouldn’t be specialists for marketing, accounting, management, etc. You’re really good at something. It might be the accounting. But if you’re the owner/CEO/founder of a business, your time is better spent managing operations and developing smart strategies for growth.
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