If you micro-manage, you guarantee failure. You cannot be everywhere making every decision. Don't be one of those $50 million CEO's that insists on choosing the new fax machine from the catalog. Don't force people to come to you for every decision. That's insane.
You need to delegate power. That's tough sometimes. But if you want to achieve any kind of success, you need to do it. Focus on what you do best and let others do the rest. Only then will your business grow. Let go.
Anyone have any examples of micro-managing?
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