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4 Strategies To Master The Art Of Delegation

Delegating = letting go

Delegating, or “the art of letting go”, can be one of the hardest things to grasp for a founder who enjoys having their hands in so many projects at once.

While maintaining a daily role in the company is vital, it’s just as critical to make sure you’re not overworking. 

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