Why Trying To Do It All Is Hurting Your Business
Updated: Apr 16
When you start a brand new business, it is your baby. Like most new parents, you quickly find yourself trying to do far more than you can really handle and still enjoy your new baby.
You can focus on too many things, and thus not focus on anything at all. Or you can hyper-focus on one thing, and not see all the little things that need to be done on the periphery. Sure, someone still needs to do the dishes and fold the laundry and mow the lawn, but it doesn't always have to be you. Hiring an experienced assistant or business manager can help with these things, but a holistic team would be even better!
By focusing too much on the maintenance of the day-to-day business goings on, you may find yourself over promising and under delivering. What you really need is someone to put the processes and systems into place that will make those mundane every day tasks more reliable and efficient.
Sometimes a few sessions with a knowledgeable consultant will be just what you need to get the ball rolling. What happens when that's not enough? You end up being reactive instead of proactive, which can hurt your reputation and put your business in jeopardy.
NBPS wants you to come out as the hero by helping you keep those promises and following through with client contacts and projects.
While hiring a support team might seem like a financial risk, it's riskier to work without one. Trying to do it on your own and micromanaging every aspect of your company is a lonely, ineffective place to be.
NBPS would love to be that team for you and to help your new baby grow!