You know you're in trouble when it's easier to do it yourself.
If you employ others and you can't delegate tasks that don't fit into your schedule, it's time to sharpen your skills in training, assigning authority and responsibility, supervising and coordinating a workforce.
If you are basically a one-person operation or you employ a few people with specialized skills, it's time to improve your contracting out.
This is another way of suggesting you consider improving your management skills. Or, become a true small business manager.
Unlike a professional person like a doctor or an accountant where all your earning power is in your shoes, you can leverage your managerial skills into a profitable lifestyle.
Thanks Murray for this contribution.
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