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  • Pam Weiser

Why It’s Important to Delegate Tasks

Updated: Jan 29

Think back over the last couple of weeks. How many times have you asked yourself why you’re still doing the grunt work and not doing strategic planning, or spending time in front of your clients? I’ll bet this has happened more than once and that you’re stressed and overworked. You might think that you have the time, or that it’s easier for you to do the tasks yourself vs. having to train someone, but it might be time to consider delegating.


  • You only have so many hours in the day. You will get a lot more done if you disperse the work out to another efficient person or a team vs. only doing the work to the best of your ability, which may be minimal. Training someone to do those tasks will actually save you time, going forward, and more output means more productivity!

  • When you find the right person or team to delegate to, you will get the quality of work you expect. Take your time and make sure you have the right fit. Make sure to communicate clear instructions. Trust takes time to build, but once you find a reliable partner, who is empowered to make decisions on your behalf, they will be able to anticipate what needs to be done and complete those tasks, without much need for your time.

  • More delegation means more profits! Once you are able to get more off of your plate, you’ll free up time to meet with your clients and close deals! This is why you went into business!

I think you’ll agree that these are a few good reasons!

I have trained many small business owners, CEOs, and entrepreneurs how to delegate. Trust me when I say that the overwhelm and stress will disappear, once you have a partner whom you can rely on. I realize and understand the difficulty of relinquishing ownership of tasks and the feeling of loss of control. Delegation takes practice and small baby steps, but remember that you should be focusing on the bigger picture.

Let’s set up a free 30 minute discovery call to see how I can help you take some of those daily administrative and operational tasks off of your plate.

“If you want to do a few small things right, do them yourself. If you want to do great things and make a big impact, learn to delegate.” - John C. Maxwell

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