Delegating Correctly is a Form Of Passive or Residual Income

Own a business? Maybe you manage a team? Do you outsource tasks to others? Maybe you have a small team working for you?

“If you are not delegating correctly then you are missing
out on passive income.”


Just think – instead of delegating a task to someone that can actually do it, you do it yourself.

“This is not only inefficient but a waste of your time.”

If you have capable team members working for you then ensure you delegate to them. Even if you think the task is a hard task, still delegate it to them.

This way they will learn and feel more responsible for what they are working on.

“You can simplify difficult tasks by breaking them
down into easy to manage portions.”

Once they have completed the first part, then give them the next part.

This way you are ‘overseeing’ the process and keeping tabs on your team member while letting them do the actual work.

This is a ‘semi passive process’ for you. Make sure you do it to increase your Passive Income.

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3 thoughts on “Delegating Correctly is a Form Of Passive or Residual Income

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