Many entrepreneurs who start from scratch with a kitchen-table start-up often make the mistake of thinking that they can cut corners by doing every job. The time that they waste doing things that aren’t worth their time will lead to a loss of productivity and profits. One of the first things that new entrepreneurs must do is to have honest conversations with themselves as they take an unbiased look at their strengths and weaknesses. For jobs that they can’t do, don’t want to do or don’t do well, they should delegate or hire an outside company. In doing so, they can focus on what they do best in order to see their dream become their reality.
Contributors: Igal Dahan from Igal Dahan Jewelry