One of the biggest business mistakes I have ever made was trying to do everything myself. I wore the hats of the marketing department, sales, customer service, collections, technical support, developer, graphic artist, etc.
I understand that you may want to save money or may simply not have the financial support to hire someone else to complete additional task. However, do what you need until you can get help and then get the help. If you have to cut your pay temporarily to hire a project manager while you handle sales, you will be grateful in the end. Else, you’ll drain yourself empty and never have the time to do what you love.
Do yourself a favor and focus on what made you love the idea of being a business owner in the first place.
Dr. Elijah Clark (October 11, 2016). Don’t try to do everything [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://elijahclark.com/dont-try-to-do-everything/