every small business is the same way. and they struggle to find a part time person to do it.Slap Shot wrote: ↑Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:04 amI can't imagine it would cost you that much to hire someone to do that part of the business. Even a PT freelancer. Yes you will lose a bit of your margin, but it sounds like you really dislike it so taking that off your plate might give you some additional peace of mind. With that you may feel more rejuvenated, less stressed, have some more free time. On top of that you may feel inspired and have the time to brainstorm now how could expand the business. Of if you do come to realize your hearts not it in it gameplan for what your next big step in life will be.LwnmwrMan222 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:56 pmThat's the opposite in my industry. Through FB there are multiple companies that work with each other, for each other, under each other. We all know there is more work out there than we can all handle, and work to make our industry more profitable for all.
I'm just tired of the administration side of it all. I enjoy just sitting on a lawn mower for hours on end with the headphones in and no care in the world.
Is this a business you could sell off? If not could you hand off majority control while retaining x% and then pursue something else?
I just chatted with another service industry guy and he is looking for the same thing...so he can do more work.
I pointed out he just told me he is working 12 hours a day and not getting the admin stuff done very well, so where does he think a person doing it will allow him more time to work more.
IF they understand that, then they spend a ton of time training said person to do just like they WOULD do it if they had time.