leveraging your time by work delegation
Is work delegation an idea whose time has come at this stage of your booming business.
Of course I know when you first started up your business you personally did most of the work yourself or at least meticulously supervised it.
Now your business has rapidly expanded and it has become virtually impossible to handle every little task yourself, your quality of life is degrading, while your bank account is escalating.
You don't have any time left after caring for your business to enjoy your family and friends.
It's also at the point where your finding you don't really have the time to adequately take care of the high priority tasks that can make or break a business.
Every Internet marketer and network marketer must realize the importance of delegation to the continued success of their business.
Some of the tasks that you can delegate are: answering email - creating newsletters - processing article, ezine and newsletter submissions to directories - some of the website management - keyword research - ppc advertising - testing and analysis - writing reports - programming - forum management - content writing - website maintenance - book keeping - editing and proofreading - and of course housekeeping.
Now I'm sure that if you can delegate all the things on this list and a lot of other tasks that you may come up with later, it's going to buy you gobs of time, and allow you a lot of rest and piece of mind.
As a business flourishes, every business owner must develop the ability to stand back and review the various aspects of his business in terms of all of it's activities both large and small.
Obviously one man , the business owner may not be able to handle it all alone.
This is the time to consider work delegation, and still retaining control of the way the business is run.
If you feel there is still to much work for some minor delegation then you may have to check into a larger and usually more expensive outsourcing or virtual assistant program.
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