While you may be the master of many tasks, that doesn’t mean you are the only person who can perform the important roles in your business.

When you require assistance, seek it out; whether that’s employing qualified staff, outsourcing on a casual basis or calling in expert services like bookkeepers, business coaches or financial advisors.

If you are large enough to have staff, use them to their best ability while resisting the urge to micromanage. This involves implementing policies for the way you want things done, and then trusting the staff you have hired to do it.

Delegating helps your business grow, gives you time and relieves stress.

Here are three simple things you can do to get started on the journey:

  • Create the Policy & Procedure for the task to be delegated
  • Identify the appropriate party / person to undertake the task
  • Delegate. Allow the process to happen. Do not interfere.

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