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I love when you say on a temporary basis. I have a client right now who I am managing and training at the same time so someone in house can take over their social media. Great tips for all businesses when deciding whether to outsource. Great article!
I agree, I love the way Nick put it! It hits the nail on the head!
Hi Jonathon! I agree! It is easy to tell. When people are passionate about what they do it shines through for sure!
lol! well I do believe in having guidelines. But I find myself getting dissapointed or feeling like I didn't do enough if I don't get it all done. I usually just jot down what I have to do for the week, and in no particular order or day, get it done. Now blogging is different. When the writing fever comes over me, I just pump out the content... some days it's like pulling teeth to write. So when I feel it, I stop what I am doing, and I write!
It is true that it is a luxury that many can't afford. And I can see how many could carry that over from the 9-s grind. I was never a great 9-5 girl so it was easy for me to adjust! And yes organization is important, but don't let it rule your passions!
Creativity and passion are an entrepreneurs greatest assests, especially at first! It's important to let them guide you on your journey!