“If I don’t do it, it won’t get done right.”
This belief is a common constraining factor in many businesses’ growth. There are variations of it, but the common thread is that you, the business operator, have to be central to the work being completed.
Only you can sell. Only you can manage. Only you can complete some complex task.
I organized a local business mastermind several years ago that included a smart fellow who ran an agency. When we discussed his business model, he said that he had a team that provided services and that he would also occasionally do consulting work for their clients.Continue reading