There are some things you just don’t want to worry about — like where your Internet comes from, how your paychecks get routed, or if there’s real beef in the hamburger you’re eating
It’s easier for someone else to do the worrying, so you can save your brainpower for more pressing matters
But these are ‘normal people’ concerns. What if you’re an entrepreneur who’s building a business? How can you stop worrying about trivial things, outside of hiring a workforce you can’t afford?
There’s a very real inflection point in the life cycle of a business when leadership becomes less about ideas and more about paperwork (literally and figuratively), when the CEO becomes equal-parts accountant, IT specialist and office manager Read more…
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