For any entrepreneur there are very few things more valuable than your time. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fielded questions from new entrepreneurs about when to outsource something, versus learning or doing it yourself.

We’re fortunate enough to live in an era of communication where we don’t have to struggle to find expertise or help, for just about anything. CarbonCopyPRO is a perfect example of that exact thing. Does everyone have the time to have an academic understanding of Google Analytics and the algorithims that determine organic search page rankings? I know I don’t! This great article in Inc. Magazine breaks down the 10 things you definitely should not try to micromanage. Things like your IT concerns, accounting and social media.

After all, remember: TIME IS MONEY and MONEY NEVER SLEEPS. (shameless Wall St. plug sorry:)

Click here for the full article.

All my best,


Jay Kubassek


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