Learn How to Delegate
As you start getting closer to your goal of success, you will find that
there are many more things to do than hours in the day. If going into
business, consider hiring someone; even part-time or on a freelance
basis to help take some of your load. If your success is more on a
personal basis, have family or friends pitch in to help you get things
done. You will be amazed at how much this will help ease the situation
and allow you the proper amount of time to focus on the things that
need your full attention.
While I know delegating to a three year old liking your twitter post and Facebook post wasn’t what you were hoping for when seeing them on your Notifications. Don’t worry I’m still reading them. I also delegate outside of my business inside of our life together. My son makes his own bed each morning he dresses himself, when it comes out backwards or inside out then I step in, J also takes clothes from the hamper to the laundry room from the dry to my bed. He does his best putting his toys away and cleaning up after his messes. As a single mother, as any mother should do teach your kid how to do the little things when they are little then they can handle the big things later. I am not saying have them stay up till 2 am on a school night to do your laundry because you where just to lazy to do it yourself. There are lines and limits to what you can ask from anyone who is willing to help you in your life.
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