Do Do You Know What Type of Support You Need?

The Growing Your Team Podcast Episode 33

Do you know what type of support your business needs?

Not what title your new team members should have or whether they should be an employee or contractor. But do you know if you need to hire a teacher, a strategist, or an executor? Do you know the real difference between the three and what each can do for your business?

If you’re like many business owners, you never thought of it.

This leads to hiring mistakes and people investing money in help they don’t need or help they are not ready for within their business. Both of which lead to money wasted and often a resistance to hiring again.

In this podcast episode, we discuss the differences between the three types of support you can hire for your business and how each one provides value when utilized at the right time.

In this Episode You’ll Hear:

  • The difference between a teacher, a strategist, and an executor
  • When you should hire each type of support in your business, and when it’s okay to combine roles
  • Why hiring each in the wrong order is like putting the cart before the horse

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Next Steps:

Are you overwhelmed by work and ready to hire help?

You’re stuck in the cycle of having enough work to be successful but not enough time to serve all your clients AND grow your business.

You know you need help, but you’re not sure what help is worth your investment. 

You need the three-part method for finding the right team member who will save you time and earn you more by getting the right work off your plate.

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