Building a Team: Who You Need on Your Team and How To Find Them

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There comes a time in your business (probably sooner than later) where you're going to realize that you can't do it all by yourself.

I mean, let's keep it real: As your business starts to grow, there is going to be a bigger demand on your time.

And, well, it's damn near impossible to do it all on your own.

Hell, you shouldn't even think of doing it all on your own.

But when should you really start building a team, what roles should you be hiring for and how do you go about finding the right people?

In today's episode we're dishing on our experience building a team (which btw has been the most challenging thing we've ever done in our business) and making recommendations on who to hire for your team and WHEN to hire them.

From under $100k to over $500k we're covering the key positions we believe are necessary for most personality driven businesses.

Wanna know what that looks like?

Listen in.

The Biggest Takeaways from This Episode:

  • {3:20} When should a “bootstrapping” entrepreneur REALLY hire their first team member?
  • {5:55} Who is the best person you can hire in the beginning stages of your business?
  • {7:40} A list of tasks a part-time general assistant can take off your hands
  • {9:35} Who should you be hiring if your business is between $100-250,000
  • {12:00} The common fear that can creep up as you start to expand your team
  • {14:35} What should your team look like past the $250k/ year mark?
  • {15:45} The benefits of building an in-house team
  • {17:10} The power of getting crystal-clear on what type of person you want on your team
  • {19:20} Where to find people to bring onto your team

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