Weeds in the garden

If you decide to have a garden, you’re probably going to end up having weeds growing at some point. You have a few choices on how you’d like to approach the situation:

1. You could pull them yourself.

2. You can pay someone else to pull them.

3. You could do nothing.

If you own or manage a business, you’re going to have annoyances or issues come up. And here’s the thing, at that point, you’ll have the same three choices.

Each of those choices has pros and cons:

Choice 1 enables you to have no out of pocket costs by doing something yourself, but it may take you away from other more important functions.

Choice 2 frees up your time and you can even find someone to do the job (depending on the job) that can do it better than you can, but you’re going to have to pay someone.

Choice 3 also enables you to have no out of pocket costs and frees up your time, but what type of product are you going to produce if the weeds just keep growing?

If you decide to have a garden, you’re going to have to make choices.

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