As your tour business starts to grow and all that hard work starts paying off, you soon realise that you need help.

There’s just way too much to do… and there’s only one ‘you’.So you make your first hire – it might be a bookkeeper, or an office assistant, or somebody to help with operations.Whatever it is, when this happens, a lot of small business owners don’t take the time to really think this decision through.

They approach these first hires with kind of a ‘jump in and lend a hand – there’s plenty to do!’ mentality.Not a smart move.

This kind of approach is inevitably going to lead to role confusion, frustration and job dissatisfaction.

Here’s an alternative approach that’s going to be highly effective, whether its your first hire, your fifth…or your tenth.

Check out the Video:

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