As I drove to meet with a client, earlier this week, I saw a pun on a business billboard. It said, “Why should you not give Elsa a balloon? Because she’ll just let it go.
Get it? Let it go.
OK, if you’re not familiar with the animated movie, Frozen, then that reference might fly past you. And, in the spirit of transparency, I didn’t watch Frozen because my kids were already past that age when it came out. But I’ve heard the song. And I’ve seen the tons of Elsa toys, etc.
But, as you probably already guessed, I’m not here to talk about cartoons or toys.
I’m here to talk about you. And help you, if I can. And I believe I can.
Something a lot of my clients have told me, over the years, is how hard it is for them to take any part of their business and let it go. And I do my best to show them how letting go of certain parts can be one of the best ways for them to hold on to a successful business.
Because when you let it go, it doesn’t mean you give it up. Or give it away.
But it does mean you can let others, who might be much more qualified (Gasp, more qualified than YOU?!) handle those parts where you’re not the expert. Because, guess what? As much as you might like to believe you are, you’re not an expert in everything.
And I get it.
Your business is your baby. You “gave birth” to it. And it was your idea long before anybody else even thought about doing it. But those aren’t business or expert credentials. They’re feelings. And your business won’t succeed on feelings alone.
So, you gotta let go of how you feel about everything. And figure out how to put the right people in the right positions.
The most successful businesses in America aren’t the classic one-man-band. Sure, if your goal is to have a successful business where you’re the only person in your business, it can be done. But there are only a few business models where that can work well. And even those guys tend to need outside assistance at least once in a while. In other words, not very scalable.
So, if you wanna build something big and serve the needs of many, you’re gonna build a team. And that’s a very good thing. Because more hands means more time savings.
It just so happens that saving time is what you’d be learning in UNversity, today. Well, you’d be learning about it if you had enrolled before the end of April. Because beating that deadline was the only way to access my schedule control lesson which is today. 1st Thursday of every month.
Good news is, you can still enroll anytime THIS month and be in time for June’s lesson. And your handy dandy link is below. $15 a month (at least for a while longer). Did a little voice inside your head tell you to wait? Let it go.
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