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I recently started a marketing consulting company, and boy, is it growing. I am in a position where I am going to start scaling. I get frustrated because some of my clients need technical things done that I can't do. I am exceptional on the business/client development/marketing/results side, and I am maxed out, working 16 hour days to support the growth I'm dealing with. Is it a waste of time for me to learn to code, or will learning this skill still add value?

No, focus on what you do well and do it. Find, recruit, grow a team that can support and cover the knowledge gaps, especially if you are already stretched thin. Do not reinvent the wheel.


Answered 6 years ago

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