The 5 Kinds of Employees You Should Hire [Video]

    The 5 Kinds of Employees You Should Hire [Video]

    When entrepreneurs hire their first employee, they usually get the wrong one. More often than not, they end up with some sort of personal assistant or secretary. Don't let this happen to you.

    In today's video, we walk through the five kinds of employees you should hire in order to make your business more profitable. Once you're running a cash machine, feel free to get all the assistants you want.

    Until you hire these people, you're going to find it very difficult to scale your business. Each one of them plays a significant part in the development of your dream. If you ignore these roles and do the work yourself in order to make more money on your own paycheck, you'll eventually find yourself worn down, frustrated, and poor.

    So what are the five employees you should hire?  Watch the video to get more detail, but in short, they are:

    1. An outsourced marketer - Look to a company like Reboot Marketing
    2. An outsourced accountant - Look to a company like Ignite Spot Accounting
    3. A production manager
    4. Business Development
    5. Sales

    You can do everything yourself, but you won't own a business, you'll own a terrible job. It would be better to shut your doors and get a cubicle job somewhere.  Is that why you went into business? So that you could do everything yourself? We doubt it. Sure it may take a few extra years to get you to your desired "wealth target", but once you get these people in place, you'll exceed that target and you'll be far less stressed.

    There's nothing quite like knowing that you have competent people working for you.

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