Sierra_Dad - 7:36 pm on Oct 26, 2011 (gmt 0)
But Sierra, how long to train them? To get the same quality?
Valid consideration, but there are also people who would require less training than I would to do certain tasks at higher quality than I would.
To achieve the cohesiveness of tying all lose ends together to create the desired output? Avoiding downstream problems which later cost you 80% of your precious time?
Yes, those things would qualify as part of the 20% I should do myself. Those are the things I should get good at. But if I do, that means I can accomplish five times as much.
Business folks much smarter than me say "work on your business, not in your business."