Weekends should be a time for relaxing, sports, time with family, church – all the things you do when you’re not working.
But for some business owners, it’s just another two days in the workweek.
The back-office tasks often get pushed aside because sales and delivery operations have to get done during the day – and they still have to get done. This ties up nights and weekends that should be spent resting up for the next day.
Worse, these tasks – accounting, hiring, and marketing – are not always done as well as they could be, because they don’t seem important (until there’s a problem)