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I fight confusion in working with business owners all over the country. It’s a confusion I’ve fought in the past. That confusion is this: how business owners lead their team and delegate their work. More specifically, business owners seem to think it is necessary that they know everything going on internally with their company, and externally with their customers. It’s shocking when I tell them that there will be more and more things that they do NOT know about in their company as they grow their team. It doesn’t dawn on them that they must lose some Control if they ever want to grow.
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glimpse into the future! All are welcome!
We talk a lot in Thriveal about leaving your current job to go out on your own and start your own firm. That is an exciting and scary time in the life of a business owner to be sure. It is also very exciting to watch that business grow and to build your team. It has taken ten years to get the team we currently have in place at our firm, and they are simply amazing.
Why Build A Team
As always, let’s start with why. Does every business owner need to build a team or is it perfectly fine to be a solopreneur? It probably depends, but here are some reasons that we have chosen to build our team. Maybe some of the following reasons will apply to your business.
You may have noticed that Thriveal has started to use a new logo in some places. Normally, we would have waited to show everyone the logo when the new website launches, but when our community gathered last month for Deeper Weekend, we just couldn’t wait. What you may not know from looking at the logo though, is that there is quite a lot of symbolism happening in the design.