Grow a business that can run without you – Part 2

It’s hard to do, but it is necessary if you want to grow a business that can run without you you need to do it. You need to hire the right people to do the right jobs and empower them to make the right decisions. Many business owners believe they are the best people who know their business the best to make the best decisions. If you want a company that can grow without you, you must get over yourself and let people grow into their roles. The most important question you can ask the people on your team daily is: “What can I do to make your life easier today?”. Being a servant leader instead of a dictator means you will not only help your team advance to their goals faster, but you will also be investing time that will reap dividends you may never fully realize. Empowering a team is not easy, but if you want to grow your bottom line without being involved in the daily tasks, you must learn how to let your team do their job. Don’t hire people and leave them; hire people and invest in them.

Read more: Grow a business that can run without you – Part 2

👉 Cash Flow Quadrant for Business Owners

Want to chat? Book a time 👉 http://bit.ly/2rdDto2

Follow Dylan on Twitter:

@dylangallagher

Connect with dylan on LinkedIn at:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gallagherdylan

Grow a business that can run without you – Part 2

Listen to this podcast episode on any of these platforms:

Listen to Dylan Gallagher's podcast on iTunes
Listen to Dylan Gallagher's podcast on Spotify
Listen to Dylan Gallagher's podcast on PodBean

Watch the livestream:

Other updates:

Nov 21 Update
Onde Team –  We crossed a milestone this week having seen shift …
Nov 14 Update
Onde team – I missed sending out an update for last week …
Oct 31 Update
Onde Team – This past week was officially the transition to winter …
Oct 24 Update
Onde Team – It continues to be an all or none schedule. …
Oct 17 Update
Onde Team! It was a week of finishing up some work with …
Oct 10 Update
Onde Team –  It was a short week but was still very …

Click here to subscribe to dylan’s blog

Leave a Reply