Becoming a Business Leader like Deb through the Art of Delegation

Are you having trouble with managing multiple things at the same time in your company? You might be wondering how a successful business leader or entrepreneur handle things on their end without missing a beat. 

See if the story of an entrepreneur with a budding business sounds familiar to you. And who knows, you might end up finding the solution to your problems at the end of this story. 

This is Deb

Becoming a Business Leader like Deb through the Art of Delegation

Deb could be the owner of a new local delivery service startup. While she has been in the sales industry for quite some time, this is her first foray into establishing her own business. That is why she is still adjusting to the new, yet familiar situations she faces every day. 

Does this situation sound familiar? A lot of entrepreneurs transitioning out of their office jobs to follow their business dreams go through these growing pains. And the best way to achieve progress is to adjust accordingly and set specific goals, both short- and long-term ones, for your business. You can also learn more from fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders on how they handled certain situations when they were starting out. 

Having a support network not only gives you a way to discuss your trials and triumphs with another business leader or a entrepreneur having the same problem, but also allows you to branch out to different audiences in the long run.

Deb Works too Hard

Deb’s day revolves around checking her CRM system for updates, checking her emails, and having meetings with consulting vendors. She is also on the lookout for potential vendors to add to her growing partners for the delivery business. Aside from that, she constantly checks in with her team that coordinates with their delivery personnel.

All of this leave little time for her to check for things to improve upon in her business. But in order to succeed, she has to keep up and handle it herself. 

This a common pattern for freelancers and solo entrepreneurs who are just getting into the business. They would often take all the roles themselves, striving to run a one-person business. You’d ask, why not? You could handle all those things before when you were doing it part time. It just made sense you can do it all now that you’re pouring all of your attention to it, right?

Unfortunately, that particular train of thought is a trap, and one a business leader should learn to avoid. And it often leads to the next part…

Get Help Deb, Get Help!

With all the tasks she has lined up for herself, Deb can’t finish everything on her allotted time for work. This means overtime or taking home work for herself. Just to catch up. She ends up doing some of it over the weekend on her supposed day off. Deb knows her current setup is not ideal, but she does not know how to break this cycle.

Becoming a Business Leader like Deb through the Art of Delegation

As we have said, this is a trap that most business owners find themselves when they do everything on their own. This not only eats up your time, but also distracts you from the important things you should be focusing on. Remember, your time is important, and it shouldn’t be all taken up by admin tasks that can be done by someone else. 

So, what should you do then? 

This is Deb’s Work Issue Solution

The obvious answer is to not do everything yourself. Delegate, delegate, delegate. But that’s not something you can just stop doing all of the sudden. In Deb’s case, not doing something now just means doing them sometime later. What Deb really needs is a dedicated assistant that she can delegate her administrative tasks to. This will give her time to focus on the high-level responsibilities to grow the business, and not just manage it.

She needs someone who can schedule her meetings and take calls from potential clients who are asking about the business model. The dedicated assistant can also act as an intermediary between the logistics team and herself. That way, Deb can focus on thinking about other services they can offer, and other ways to take the business further.

But where can Deb find someone who can do all those things for her? That’s where we come in.

Becoming a Business Leader like Deb through the Art of Delegation

Bottleneck Distant Assistants offers top-of-the-line Dedicated Distant Assistant services to a business leader and entrepreneur like Deb. Our dedicated distant assistants will handle all the administrative tasks so you can focus on other important aspects of your business. And as the bond with your assistant grow, you can assign them more complex tasks that you might need in the long run.  

With all the time Deb has gained from delegating to her distant assistant, she now has the bandwidth to think of new concepts and ideas to improve her business. And not having her work spill over her free time means more time with her family.

Becoming a Business Leader like Deb through the Art of Delegation

So how about you? Are you having the same problems as Deb? Is your job getting in the way of you doing your best work? We can definitely assist you with that! 

Schedule a FREE consultation today, and see how we can work on making your business easier for you. 

About Bottleneck Distant Assistants

Bottleneck Distant Assistants identifies, cultivates, and hires Dedicated Distant Assistants from the Philippines. We appreciate the unique Filipino culture that is in line with our core beliefs and integrated into our own company culture. Our Distant Assistants also share the same love for supporting business growth worldwide. Our Value Proposition: Helping our clients stop doing so many daily tasks to they are able to do their best work! There is not a better feeling than to have one of our clients let us know how much they appreciate the service we provide because of the impact it has made in their business and more important, in their personal lives.