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3 Essential Steps to Build a Great Team

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So, you’ve started your business, you’re wearing all the hats, and suddenly, you realize you’re spinning too many plates, right? This is a common situation when our dream project grows bigger than our capacity. That’s when you know it’s time to think about building a team.

Going it alone can be rewarding, but it’s also super challenging. There’s a point where doing it all isn’t sustainable. You might start feeling burnt out or notice your business isn’t growing because, well, you’re only one person. It’s tough to admit, but we can’t do everything ourselves.

So, what’s the move? It’s all about finding the right people to share the load. Building a team doesn’t mean you’re handing over your vision; it means you’re bringing in partners to help your vision flourish.

1. Kickstarting Your Delegation Journey

Take a moment to reflect on your daily tasks and pinpoint which ones are truly essential for you to handle. This isn’t just about easing your workload; it’s about strategically reallocating your time towards growth-focused activities. Start with tasks that are straightforward to pass on, such as administrative duties or scheduling, to get a feel for the delegation process. It’s about making small adjustments that lead to significant shifts in how you manage your time and energy.

By identifying tasks to delegate, you open doors to not only lighten your workload but also to empower others to contribute their strengths to your vision. This initial step in delegation is more than a time-saver; it’s a transformative practice that enhances collaboration and drives your business forward.

2. Streamlining Success with Systems and Processes

Having good systems and clear processes in place makes handing off tasks easy and keeps everyone on the same page. These frameworks not only ensure that tasks are completed efficiently but also maintain clarity and consistency across all operations.

By investing time in crafting clear guidelines and workflows, you lay the groundwork for a harmonious work environment where every team member knows their role and expectations. This organizational backbone not only smooths the path for delegation but also fortifies your business against misunderstandings and inefficiencies, paving the way for sustainable growth and success. Isn’t that amazing?

So, make sure before you start hiring people to have some type of system in place. It means you’re not just adding people to your team; you’re integrating them into a well-oiled machine where everyone can thrive. Essentially, the right groundwork turns delegation from a challenge into a strategic advantage, making your business more resilient and adaptable. And that’s a solid foundation for any business aiming for long-term success.

3. Find Your Work Tribe

Think about what roles you need help with. Is it a virtual assistant to manage your emails and schedule, or maybe a marketing whiz to get your brand out there? Refer back to your delegation list and start small, one role at a time, and look for people who share your enthusiasm and get what you’re trying to do.

When you’re choosing your team, it’s not just about their skills. You want to make sure they fit in with your vibe. After all, you’ll be working closely with these folks, so it’s important you get along and can trust them with your baby (aka your business).


Growing your business means knowing when to bring in extra hands. When you start sharing tasks, setting up clear ways to work, and picking the right people to join you, you’re on the path to making your business even better. It’s not just about getting bigger; it’s about building a team that cares about your dream as much as you do. Keep your goals in sight and get ready for the awesome changes that come when people work together. Use these tips, and see how your business and team can thrive.

Brittany Dixon & Co.

Hi, I'm Brittany!

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