At the start of each startup project, the work is done by the founders. At this stage, motivation is rarely a big issue – even when you don’t have money to pay yourself a salary, it is quite obvious that the more you put into the project now, the higher your chances of reaping rewards in the future.
As your startup grows, however, you’ll have to start delegating some of the tasks in order to manage the ever-increasing workload.
Unfortunately, it is often the case that the increase in work that needs to be done precedes the increase in cashflows. This means that for your first employees you’d
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