Entrepreneurs start bootstrap companies and leverage their unique skills to grow a business. As they achieve success, many founders fall into the same trap, where they hold on to too many responsibilities and struggle to delegate tasks effectively.
As a cannabis entrepreneur, you need actionable solutions to this challenge.
So in this week's episode, Chip provides effective steps every cannabis business owner can take to increase your company's value and delegate tasks off your plate.
We discuss strategies to help you learn how to break down larger activities into distinct tasks and the four stages at which you can delegate. And, ultimately, this will help your cannabis business to operate without your everyday involvement.
This episode lays out a simple formula to mastering the art of delegation. Implementing this framework will solve operational issues, but more importantly, will make for a more valuable company.
Plus, we'll have our "News of The Day" segment.
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What to listen to next:
Episode 18 - Four Ways to Turbocharge Your Cannabis Business
Episode 25 - Why Cash Flow is So Important For Your Cannabis Business and How to Get It
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