Picture this: you’ve just entered into a lucrative landscaping contract. In order for you collect any money, you have to carry out your duties, or "perform." But at the exact same time you are supposed to begin redesigning the land, an opportunity to travel to South America knocks, and you really want to open that door. Is it possible that you could delegate your contractual duties to another landscaper for a tiny percentage of your profits, and still travel and earn money simultaneously? In other words, can you have your cake and eat it too?
Next, we’ll take a look at whether to delegate your contractual duties or not.