Being a Business Visionary

Early in his forensics business, David Notowitz did what many small business owners do. He stumbled around, living off referrals and being a jack of all trades handling bookkeeping, answering phones, and whatever else. In his third year, Notowitz knew he needed a plan. Rather than a complex business plan, Notowitz created a set of lists, identifying 15 roles, systems, and marketing. Notowitz tells host Christopher Anderson what he learned implementing his plans, what it was like learning to delegate, and why it’s important for business leaders to hold on to tasks they enjoy doing even if they have the option to delegate. David Notowitz is the founder and lead forensic expert at the National Center for Audio and Video Forensics. Special thanks to our sponsors,  Scorpion, Lawclerk, Alert Communications and LawYaw.

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