Tracy Graziani

Joined January 2022
Straight away, taking away a bunch from the first chapter: Quote from Doug Harrison: "If you can't afford the people to run the business for you, then all you have is a job, not a business." Delegate efficiently and to the right people so the job gets done right. Proper delegation isn't "get it off your plate", it's "put it on the right plate." (I tried with this analogy haha) Educate your staff to understand the basics of running and managing your business, specifically when it comes to financial efficiencies like the cost of sale. This gives them ownership of how they contribute to it and helps the team focus on the right things. Really good refreshers, would love to hear what else you've taken away from this book OR what other books... See More
Tracy Graziani
Scaling up is the more recent and updated book in that series. I've read both and I highly recommend Scaling Up as a more practical option.
I'm someone who loves to read business, leadership, marketing, and overall Professional books 24/7 however I've been challenging myself to read other books recently to try to balance things out and not burn myself out on professional reads.

The two books that I've been really enjoying are Billy Martin: Baseball's Flawed Genius & The Bomber Mafia.

So I'm curious, what books have you been reading that are moreFunreads vs. Professional? How do you keep yourself balanced?

Allison Melnik , Chris Duprey , Chris Marr , Greg DeVore , Kaitlyn Pintarich , Tony Paille I know y'all are readers, share some titles! See More
Tracy Graziani
I'm currently reading Brene Brown's newest one, Atlas of the Heart and I highly recommend it.