As an #entrepreneur and #microbusiness owner you have successfully started your #venture. You worked on your craft and you got your product to the stage it is demanded in the market and also found #customers. That is really a great achievement.
As your customer base start to grow there will be more need of your time to focus on customer service, product improvements, innovation, compliance, marketing, processes and last but not least your accounting / bookkeeping.
Your venture is turning around cash and you feel you now have time to find help in some areas of your business. Since you don’t want to have trouble with tax man and compliance you try to get help in that area. Either you engage a bookkeeper or try to get your family member to help you with paperwork etc. That is well and good.
In the early part of your business, as you were engaged fully in the quantifying various business activities you had better control over your business. As you started to delegate important work in that area, now there is a disconnect. Because they don’t understand your business as intimately as you did and don’t look for or feel/ sense early signs of issues or opportunities in your business.
This disconnect creates a void. Addressing this void provides you valuable insights into growing your business. Important message here is that engaging professionals who understand your business as intimately as you do fills that void. Professional with deep insights and strong business accumen can provide the support business owners needed.