October 10, 2019     Daily Post

Do You Pay The Meddler Tax?

What is your job description?

Whether you were given one or you created your own, you nevertheless have one. What is it?

Is it to edit and manage your website? No? Then why are you doing that? You’re welcome to do it, but remember you’re paying a Meddler Tax (in time, effort, focus And opportunity) every time you edit a single thing that your web team should be doing for you. It’s their job description, not yours.

Is it to do customer support? No? Then why are you doing that? You’re welcome to it, but remember you’re paying a Meddler Tax every time you decide to do it all yourself instead of equipping others around you to create leverage around you to enable you to do what’s in your job description.

Is it to chase prospective customers for something? No? Then why are you doing that? You’re welcome to it, but remember you’re paying a Meddler Tax every time you decide to engage in a system that you don’t belong in, rather than allowing those who are great at those things to do it for the benefit of the entire team.

We all have a Meddler Tax bill. If you’re interested in lowering taxes, this is the tax you should really pay attention to.