Last updated on November 19th, 2018 at 11:48 am
Entrepreneurs are generally familiar with this concept, but it’s worth repeating: if you want your business to grow, you need to delegate work to others.
You should work on the business and not stay mired in the day-to-day operations.
The Startup Mindset
In the early days of starting your business, when you’re trying to turn your big idea into something real and you have no money to spend, you end up doing everything yourself.
This becomes a habit. And as your business becomes more successful, you may find it difficult to stop doing those daily tasks that helped make you successful in the first place.
It’s an easy mindset to adopt, but it’s a trap – you need to cut the apron strings if you want your business to grow.
Delegate in Order to Grow
Hire and train the best people you can find, and trust them to do the job.
They might not do the work exactly the way you would do it, but that does not necessarily make them wrong. ‘Letting go’ means cultivating enough humility to understand that your way of doing things is not the only way, and maybe, not even the best way.
Looking at it from another perspective, the success and growth of your business should not be limited to your strengths alone, but should take advantage of the skills and abilities of the entire team.
As a leader, your role is to build that star team by hiring the best people you can find and empowering them with your trust.
Surrounding yourself with the right talent is a necessary requirement for business growth. By not having to worry about daily operational details, you will be free to spend time on building the business.
Whether it’s networking, forming new partnerships, or exploring untapped markets – you can pursue those activities that will move you many steps closer to achieving your goals.
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