How to Figure Out Job Titles That Evolve With Your Business

On this episode, Entrepreneur Network partners Jason Balin and Chris Haddon of Hard Money Bankers explain why it’s important to create an organizational chart when you start your business. Even if it’s a one-man operation, you should write in your name beneath every role — CEO, COO, accounting, etc. That way, you get a full grasp of your daily tasks and can better understand who to reach out to for advice.

Plus, it’s pretty cool when you make your first hires and can finally see your name vanish from some of those roles.

Watch the video to learn more.

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