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Very inspiring post. You did it very well. Thanks for sharing this information. I will try to follow the shadow of your tips.

It's ultimately as trust issue when you're delegating tasks. You have to trust that the person you've approached will do a good job without you obsessing about it.

Good stuff I've missed your writing. Hope all is well in your life.

the main thing is Focus on the end result. As you welcome someone into your business, you will ideally get to the point where you feel like you have an extra pair of shoulders to bear the weight of your business,
then U automatically make delegate

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