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If there’s one thing we all need to be grateful for, it’s the internet. Let’s go back in time a few decades, shall we? If you wanted to start your own business back in 1985 — the year I was born — there were a lot of risks involved. You had to secure a brick-and-mortar location, acquire inventory, hire staff, and then advertise relentlessly through traditional channels.
… that comes your way. Delegating tasks that slow you down or that you don’t know how to do can only make you more efficient with the tasks you do well. This leaves room to focus on tasks that are important to your business’ growth. So, what tasks do you delegate? And, more importantly, what tasks should you hold on to? The CORES of business According…
… Increasingly more corporation employees prefer the path of solo-preneurship. For some, there is a constant feeling that, while working under a huge matrix, there’s no impact or influence on success of the firm. For others, there is a constant need for more freedom in both business and personal lives. While solo-preneurship has a nice ring…