A business owner leverages when possibleThere are tasks I no longer perform, like my lawn, car repairs, home repairs. It is because those type of things are beneath me? No, it's because I need time to rest and because I'm not especially good at doing them.
After a time, you should look to leverage time and money when possible in your business. You as the only person in your organization may only be able to do so much before you are at your outer performance limit. Even if you are an unbelievable producer of goods and services by yourself, you will face a difficult road should you face a health crisis.
Isn't it better to leverage for help and reduce your chances of what a catastrophe might cause?
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Richard J. Garcia | 05/09/2011