#MicrobizUS Chat Recap: Working On (Not In) Your Small Business

Join us for our weekly #MicrobizUS Chats on our Twitter page @microbizpodcast, every Wednesday at 2pm EST. They are a great way to connect with fellow entrepreneurs and share tips. No matter where we live, or where we work, we can always learn from each other!

This is the recap for our recent #MicrobizUS Twitter chat on Working On (Not In) Your Small Business with guest expert Jen Milius. Jen is an author, speaker, and leadership coach. We spoke to her recently about strategy in our podcast, How To Use Strategy In Your Microbusiness.

Q1: Why do you think it’s so hard to let go, and what do you need to do to accomplish it?

Q2: How do you divide your time between working in your business and planning for growth?

 

Q3: When you are ready to hire, what skills/values will you be looking for?

Q4: When is the right time to hire?

Q5: What do you need to delegate in the future, to free up your time and grow your business more?

Q6: What is one activity you do specifically to grow your business?

Q7: After you’ve completed a service with someone, do you have a system in place to get feedback?

Q8: What do you do with the feedback you get?

 

Here’s a reminder on #MicrobizUS Twitter Chat Best Practices:

Twitter chat rules graphic for #MIcrobizUS chat on Wednesdays at 2pm EST

Twitter chats are a great way to network, meet people who like a lot of the same things you do (strategy, entrepreneurship, marketing) and you learn new tips and strategies you can try immediately! Join us at 2pm!

#MicrobizUS Twitter Chat Benefits graphic

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