How to Delegate & What to get off Your Plate (FS063)
There are things in all our businesses we hate doing. And at a certain point, we have to ask ourselves if we’re trapped working in our businesses without any time or energy to work on them.
In the last episode we covered how to navigate these things when you can’t afford to pay for help. In this episode we share:
- How to decide what to delegate
- A few categories of tasks you could delegate
- Some tips and tricks for delegating and dealing with VA’s, vendors, partners and contractors
- What you shouldn’t delegate
Enjoy! And if you have any questions please let us know in the comments below or ask it here.
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How to Create Your ‘3 Lists to Freedom’ to Start Outsourcing More Effectively! — “One of the things we can do to avoid burning out is to become more effective delegators.”
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