Have you ever been told that:

  • Your time is valuable?
  • You shouldn’t spend your time doing things you don’t enjoy or aren’t great at?
  • You should outsource or automate tasks because your time is too valuable to waste doing them yourself?

But maybe your time isn’t that valuable…yet. It depends on the stage of business you’re in.

During the early stages of a new business, your time doesn’t have the same value as when you’re in a growth or mature stage of business.
Because you can’t outsource gaining experience or educating yourself. Early on, you need to put in the hours. Ironically, that’s priceless. And eventually, it will pay you dividends.

And then, your time WILL become more valuable.

Of course, I’m not advocating trying to do it all, all the time. Burn-out isn’t pretty. And certainly there are some specialist experts and expenses that you need to invest in early on.

But at the start of a new endeavour, your time is best spent learning, finding your way and building your knowledge and experience. Then you’ll be in a much better position to decide what you’ll Do, Delegate or Ditch.

It’s not glamorous, but there’s HUGE value in that!

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