Most of us went into business for ourselves in part because we wanted to be our own boss.
We wanted to call all the shots, choose how much or how little we worked and to have control over our income.
This sounds GREAT in theory, but if you aren’t careful you can easily create a monster of a J.O.B. for yourself – even worse than when you were actually employed because YOU are wearing all the hats.
The easiest solution to this common problem is to build a team and start delegating. You can do so by working with an intern, hiring a Virtual Assistant, or hiring an employee or an independent contractor with specialized expertise. No matter which option you choose, one thing is for sure…
You want to get your money’s worth out of the investment and you want a high quality product or service at the end of the engagement.
Whether or not you achieve the outcome you seek actually has far more to do with you than it does with the person you hired. Here’s how to avoid common pitfalls that often occur when you work with a team and how to ensure they pay for themselves: Read more about Delegating To Team Members So They Pay For Themselves