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One of my first entrepreneur clients had reached a point where his company was stuck because of a lack of qualified people. Money was no issue, but he was too much involved in operations to take a step back and see the situation. He loved project management and could not resolve to give it up because he thought the customer service quality would suffer.
Both business owners had attained some sort of a plateau, where action was required to start a new growth cycle. They needed a plan, which they could not come up with because they were overwhelmed with day-to-day operations.
Do their stories sound familiar to you?
Entrepreneurs usually have to do everything at the early business stages, and do not necessarily realize that their responsibilities must evolve with growth. Focusing on quality is important, but having a solid structure where people will strive for even better quality is essential. There comes a time where entrepreneurs' role has to switch from doing the work by themselves to building the business under them to do the work. By not letting go, entrepreneurs may become the main bottleneck of their own companies.
I'd like to suggest 3 options to tackle that challenge:
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