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February 08, 2010


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Charles Dominick, SPSM

As I planned the growth of my business in the early days, one of the things that I was wrong about was that I could grow the business massively and maintain the same expense and staffing levels. Not so!

I think one has to be realistic about staffing levels. If one is going to double or triple the business, adding staff may be necessary.

I originally had the same mindset - I don't want to add staff. But after having done it, I feel great about it.

At one point, I had done all of the jobs done by every one of my employees. Today, I can look at my team and say that each one of them does a job I did better than I did it. And that makes me want to hire more people - bringing the right talent on board has made me more successful.

You may want to consider it, Robert!

Lyle T. Lachmuth - The Unsticking Coach

Hey you read my mind!

Yours is the ONLY ezine I read religously ...

and you always make me think!

I chuckled when I read about how you get into trouble when you jump on ideas quickly .. tell me about it!

Thanks again for the provocation.

The Unsticking Coach
"Break Free and Write!"

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