Do What Yourself?


By the time I sold my firm, I was doing very little of the day to day activities of the business myself, which meant I only had to work 2-3 days a week.

Nice, right?

Yes, very nice. But, there are some times and some activities that call for you to suck it up and do it yourself.

This article talks about when to do it yourself and when to outsource so you can be working just a few days a week in your office while your office hums along without you.

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