Stop trying to do everything on your own. Yes, it’s admirable that you are building your company from the ground up, but it’s also running you into the ground. Once you get to the point where you can hire others to help you with certain aspects of your business, then you should certainly do it. Even though you are the boss and the one who might be taking care of the bulk of the work still, there are certainly going to be ways that you can bring other people aboard to help.
Areas Where You Might Need Help
Do you make websites for a living? If you do not, then why did you try to make your own website? Many people do not realize just how important it is to have a professionally designed website. If you try to cut and paste from a template site, then it is going to look as though you cut and pasted from a template site. If you are not a decent writer, then you might want to hire a professional to take care of some of your content. Doing so is also going to give you more time to take care of the actual business parts of running your business.
You will find quite a few places around your business where having some extra help can be handy. An accountant who can work on your books is nice, and it can keep you out of trouble. Another person or two to handle production can be nice for some companies, as well. When you look around, you can probably find at least a couple of places where freelance help, or even a permanent hire would be nice.
Hiring professionals for certain projects
Hiring on a freelance basis is a great idea, because it means that you do not have to bring anyone onto your payroll. This is very important for those small companies that do not have any payroll whatsoever! Hiring freelancers also means that the only time you are going to have to pay them is when you use their services. This can save companies large and small quite a bit of money. For some of the positions in your company, this might be the best option out there.
As you can imagine, different types of companies are going to need different personnel. What about your company? Where do you have your generously compensated “helper elves” lend a hand?