Conduct a self-evaluation when starting
your own business and periodically during the life of
your business. When you are a small business owner you
“wear many hats.” The business owner typically
performs various tasks for a small business to save
costs. A few of the different task strategies are production,
sales, marketing, accounting, legal and human resources.
You are the only one to make the decisions in these
areas, and sometimes the only one to initiate ideas.
You can obtain the help of others, but when starting
out you are trying to reduce costs. To have a successful
business, you must cover all aspects of the business
world. Consider your own talents and those of your employees.
Consider outsourcing the areas requiring specific technical
expertise, such as sales, marketing, accounting, legal
and human resource management. You may simply call me
to discuss your alternatives and determine the best
strategy for your business.