Are you running a small business and trying to do a million things at once? Is there a way you could hand over more responsibilities to your staff?
According to Jack Delosa, one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs, many business ideas fail because the person behind the idea is not willing to delegate work to the rest of their team. In this interview, he talks about the importance of letting go of control and allowing others to assist in the growth of your business.
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Jack Delosa and Balance by Deborah Hutton have teamed up to create Passion to Purpose, an online business course especially for mature aged entrepreneurs.
Jack Delosa is an entrepreneur and investor who at the age of 27, has created two multi-million dollar businesses, MBE Education and The Entourage. He has spoken for and been engaged as a thought-leader for brands such as Microsoft, AMEX, Virgin and CPA on the topic of business growth and performance. Jack also authored ‘Unprofessional’ a book which gives you permission to throw out the rulebook; forget the old paradigms; and build your business to a position of market leadership using strategies that still haven’t found their way onto the notepads of the management consultants.