Very interesting question…I believe the answer is dependent on the business model, goals of the individual and market share that is being considered.
Example A- high level of home system knowledge and good ability to articulate both verbally and in Written from the home condition and recommendation but minimal business skills. This person could hire the marketing, CPA and office personnel to create a stable growth business that would provide a good living but likely would not have a continued growth goal nor would that be advisable.
B- business minded/skilled visionary who has a systematic approach and has learned the inspection process hands on using systems and processes and the knowledge necessary to fulfill the state or SOP requirements . This person again could grow the business to a level limited by their ability but to take it further could hire example A types and grow to the desired level but be at a disadvantage to example C as the limited technical skills would also limit the overall quality set by example.
C - the business gifted person who also has a high level of technical knowledge and can not only plan, monitor and reach goals but can excite as well. This person can not only grow substantially but can train and mold his team in keeping the hugest technical ability on the ground while building the business model than can be replicated again and again, limited potential only by the market available.
Over time all three could carve out substantial success but c mor likely than B and B more likely than A
50/50 would equal 50% results
100/100 would have few limits