If you’re like a lot of small business owners, you wear many hats – and sometimes, all the hats.
You might work with the front-end (with customers), the back-end (administrative), the public (marketing, networking), and the private (human resources, vendors) – all in the same day, maybe in the same hour.
Maybe you’re good at delegating or outsourcing, adept at balancing and managing your time. Whether the list is never done or you stay on top by picking just one, putting things together so they fit is a talent that often comes with experience.
Some have learned that by sectioning big projects into smaller pieces, all the while preparing for the thread, the improvement remains continual as business climates change.
As you divide your large projects into smaller pieces, think about how and when they will come together. Find a common thread among your pieces that will allow bringing each piece together, but also for easy modifications in the future.
The tie that binds will be stronger because of your preparation and planning.