When you’re first getting started in this business it’s necessary for you to do all angles of the business yourself, both for knowledge and financial reasons.
But as your business starts to take off how do you let go of the mindset of wanting to do everything yourself and change it to embrace automation, delegation, elimination, and systematization?
One of the most tragic things that happen is the entrepreneurial paradox, where they quit their 40 hour a week job to work 80 hours in their own business. How is that a good trade-off?Mark
In this week’s Round Table discussion, join Mark and Team Geek:
- Erik Peterson
- Aaron Williams
- Mimi Schmidt
- Tate Litchfield
- Scott Todd
…as they share their knowledge and insight of knowing when and how to let go so you can start living the life you want.
Plus. the team starts us off with a look inside Scottsdale Bootcamp. Did Bootcamp magic once again wave it’s wand over Arizona?
Listen in to find out all the magical details…
Mimi: Check out Avochato.com. It’s a Slack integration that allows you to text customers, staff, and others from Slack.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?