You don’t need an administrative assistant or a team of direct-reports in order to delegate. Help at home, for example, makes your (paid) work life less stressful. Follow this week’s Casey’s eTip: Look for Ways to Delegate at Home.
Your home delegation options may include carpooling, hiring others (e.g., lawncare services, house cleaning, etc.) and expecting family members, including children, to do chores. (Remember: until part way through the last century, people had children for the express purpose of manual labor!) When you let go of your “perfect” way and let others carry their fair share of the load, you gain time, calm and mental clarity.
(This eTip brought to you by the Delegation link in your Productivity Chain.)