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Jan 29, 2019

When starting your journey as an entrepreneur, the thought of hiring a team can be daunting. How can you accommodate staff salaries into your budget? How do you know who to hire? Is there a strategic way to build a team? On this episode, I discuss how you can put together a team in the most effective way.

Just freeing up your time won’t make you successful. Using that time wisely will. -Dana Malstaff

 

3 Things We Learned From This Episode

  • If you're going to hire someone and pay to free up time for yourself, make sure you use that saved time wisely.
  • Pay attention to the things you do every day that can be repeated easily. Then, hire people who can do that for you. 
  • Record the tasks you complete. You can use this as training when you hire a team.

If you've just started your own business, it's normal to want to manage every detail. However, once you establish your routines, you no longer need to be involved in all aspects of your company. You should be a beacon, rather than a worker for your business. Hire strategically, and you'll soon find yourself working much more effectively.

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