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Stress vs. focus: do some things well, not everything poorly - MOGL
As a leader, it is important to focus your resources - time and money - where they can have the greatest affect. Doing too many things at once causes stress, errors and lack of accomplishment. Focus your and your employee's time on what you/they do best, then get creative about getting the rest of the work done elsewhere.
time management, scope of work, responsibility, Ottawa small business, effective, efficient, manager, employee, business owner, team management, leadership
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Efficient, effective, focused - do one thing well, not many things poorly

Stress vs. focus: do some things well, not everything poorly

“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” – Tim Notke.  In other words, even if you have a great business concept it requires brilliant execution to succeed.


Many small business owners spread themselves too thin and instead of doing 1-2 critical tasks well, they end-up fulfilling many tasks poorly.  The negative side-effects of having too broad & deep of responsibilities are far-reaching, including high turnover and poor decision-making.  In this article we discuss why wearing every “hat” in your business is not wise – and how, at least here in Ottawa, business owners have found a solution.  Read the full article here.


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