Running a business should be exciting and rewarding, not a burden. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs fall into the daily grind of stamping out fires and doing everything themselves because they’ve unknowingly become their own best employee and the bottleneck of their business.
Do questions, decisions, and problems always funnel their way back to you? Has your business become a revolving door for employees or the permanent residence for under-performers? Are you tired of burning the candle at both ends and not living life on your terms?
Jeff Hilderman believes that you can’t do epic things with an average team, and you certainly can’t do everything yourself. But with the right people who understand your vision, share your passion and can run your business for you, anything is possible!
Clone Yourself is a conversational, step-by-step guide to building your dream team and automating your business.
You will discover:
- How to boost your productivity and win back the day
- The proven path to transforming your organizational culture
- How to become an effective leader and empower your team
- The secret formula to cloning yourself
- The financial and personal rewards of putting your business on auto-pilot
Just imagine what you could do with another you...or two!
Clone Yourself is the missing manual every entrepreneur needs to attract, develop, and lead their dream team. The time has come to step into your new role as chief visionary officer and finally do the epic things you were meant to do.
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Excellent and inspiring book
This was a very enjoyable book to listen to. Also, I found it to be thought-provoking with tips that I immediately put to use at work. Finally, the narrator’s voice and rhythm kept me engaged and at times, enthralled.
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- Joseph Anderson
This book helped me evaluate employees and train them better. The book gives good advice on goal setting and allowing the business owner to let go of daily work responsibilities.