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Hey, go-getter. Yes, you could do it all, but there are times it's best to step back and stop hurting your team's productivity and creativity. By their very nature, entrepreneurs are doers. While other people may scheme or dream up ideas, Entrepreneurs prefer to take action. That's how companies are born. The rub, however, is that the drive to do things can often become a hindrance for an entrepreneur over time. "As companies grow, many entrepreneurs have trouble moving from the doing phase to the leading phase," says Stephen Harvill, founder of Creative Ventures, a consulting company in Dallas, Texas. "It's understandable since many times the small business person did just about everything to get the business started. But, as the business grows, they don't shift their mindset from doing to leading" In other words, many entrepreneurs get stuck micromanaging tasks that should be delegated to others inside or even outside the company.
10 random things:
- Social Media
- Human Resources
- Time consuming aspects of your own work
- Information Technology issues
- Customer issues
- Purchase decisions
- Tracking time