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Many start their own business because they want autonomy and feel that their ideas would be better put to use under their own terms. However, just because you don’t want to work for someone, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t with people. You may know best when it comes to your business plan, but it doesn’t mean that you know best in all areas of business. Let people help in the areas that you don’t feel entirely confident with. Here are some of those people that you should be using to help your business grow.


If you’re not a mathematician, the idea of having to juggle with lots of figure might be daunting. Why not seek the help of accountants, who can help you with complexities such as loans and your tax return. Having someone now and again to professionally handle your finances will prevent many a headache and give you time to focus on other aspects of your business.


There are many ways that you can self-promote your business, whether it be via social media or going to business meetings or printing off flyers. But sometimes it pays to call in the professionals. Don’t settle for some substandard website you created yourself, just because you’re too proud to get help. Get the help of a fully-qualified web designer. Seek the help of SEO companies to improve your ranking on search engines such as Google.

Then there are graphic design opportunities such as leaflets and business cards that you may wish to get printed. You may have taken that one Photoshop course – but can really put together a leaflet that doesn’t look like a Year 9 project? Get professionals in to make your advertising more effective.


Don’t waste time with DIY projects around your office. Even if you are a dab hand at building a shelf or fixing a plug, it could time spent pouring into other aspects of your business. Call upon electricians, plumbers, IT technicians and other handymen to make sure the job is done right. You may think you’re saving money by doing it yourself, but that time could have been spent earning money.


Some people can’t delegate and will take on more than they can handle, either because they believe no-one else can do it as well as they can, or they are too proud to ask for help. Don’t let yourself be this person. If your business is excitedly booming and you’re already starting to feel the strain, start looking now for someone who can help, even if it’s with the preliminary stuff. Give yourself enough time and you will be able to provide any new employee with decent training. Wait until you are rushed off your feet and you might not have the time to train someone new, and then the only option will be to start turning down business. If your business has the potential to grow, don’t put a ceiling on it, let it become the high-rising giant it want to be!

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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