It's also possible your job could get a lot easier if you delegate that initial ownership to someone else.
Of course, that's likely a risky proposition you might be unwilling to take.
If you are, then it might be time to get serious about helping your employees get better at what they're doing.
That's what I talk to Sean Mooney, of Mooney Insurance Brokers, about how he wants to start segmenting his staff.
Then you know exactly what to do to get started and how to follow the path to success.
Of course, this path will not only show you where to go it will have people to help along the way.
That's when you'll have a chance to figure out exactly what your strengths are and how to take advantage of them.
That's what I talk to Brian Blakely, of Stonebridge Insurance, about how he's been following that community all along.
That same luxury is certainly not one afforded to all professions, even still we're often hesitant of at best.
That hesitation usually shows itself in the form of generalization that leaves you vulnerable to everything you don't know.
However, when you specialize you know everything someone else doesn't and that's the difference people will be able to see.
That's what I talk to Kyle Rheiner, of Strickler Insurance, about how he enjoys saying no to everyone else.