Return on Time Invested

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    Daniel Steinberg
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    Hey Mike,

    I am just beginning my beat selling business and plan to dedicate all hours of the day to building it. I was wondering, however, if once you really have the ball rolling and your business is going well, does it generally start to take less time? In other words, after a certain point, can you automate a lot of the processes and have time for other ventures or does it continue to take 10+ hour days in your experience? Thanks for any input Mike and anyone else who may want to chime in!

    Best,

    Daniel

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    Mike Lightner
    Mike Lightner
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    Hey Daniel,

    Great question, I guess it really depends on your goals and your business. But I will say that the first part of a business is almost always the hardest and takes the most time.

    After you have the foundations laid out and your business is making money, it can take less time and you can either automate certain aspects or hire people to take care of certain things.

    However, with that being said, this industry is always changing and you will need to stay on top of your game to be ready to do research and adapt.

    Hope this helps!

    Mike

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