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The next thing to look at is how much work you have for them. If you have 20–25 hours of work each week, you likely have more work that could be getting done but isn’t because someone doesn’t have the extra time to do it. It is also likely that the work that is being done isn't at the quality level it should be, and once you have an employee to oversee that work, you can make sure you’re doing the work right 100% of the time, which will fill more time.

The funny thing is that even if you’ve checked the above boxes, there is often still fear surrounding hiring your first few employees or for a brand- new position. That fear comes with taking on the responsibility of paying someone. Many times, I’ll hear people say something like, “I can’t afford an extra $40,000 per year.” That kind of thinking is incorrect, though. When you hire someone, you’re not promising to pay them their salary; what you are promising is to give an honest day's pay

for an honest day’s work. An employee making $40,000 is getting $19.23 per hour or $153.84 per day. The idea that once you hire someone you owe them a year’s pay is faulty logic, and in reality, it is just fear talking. If you make a mistake hiring someone, it is never fun to fire them, but that is the way the system is set up. If you think you have work but don’t, Continued on Page 6 ...

STINATION TO THE CURB WITH NCE OF GETTING STARTED’ to Beat Procrastination, Summon Productivity, and Stop Self-Sabotage.” King is a social interaction the reasons why we procrastinate, using biological and evolutionary science to illuminate exactly what procrastination is and how to get past it. King then equips the reader with an overview of their own

Have You Heard the Good News?

Romans 8:28 — “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” Psalm 73:26 — “My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” 1 Corinthians 16:13 — “Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.”

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