#202: How to Clearly Define Your Employee Job Description

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When I started my farm 15 years ago, I was a one-woman show. It was me, my overalls, and a big dream.

After about a month of milking cows twice a day, seven days a week, and running kids to basketball games in between, it was time to admit defeat that I could NOT do it all myself.

I needed a really reliable farmhand who’s not afraid of a little manure and a lot of udder chaos!

If you’re struggling to get everything done AND make money, this week’s episode will help.

If you don’t think you can afford to hire help, this episode’s REALLY going to help you.

I walk you through how to create a job description that you can turn into an ad to make your first (or tenth) hire.

Plus, I’m sharing the very first thing you need to do if you want to hire employees but don’t think you can afford to yet.

Listen NOW to Episode #202 of the Profitable Mindset Podcast

This is part one of three that’ll move you closer to finding help with the manual labor so you can focus on building a profitable farm.



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