You started your business because you love doing what you do.
Unfortunately there is a lot of other stuff that needs to be done around your business that you are either not very good at or you just don't enjoy.
Do yourself a favour and find people who love doing what you don't. They will happily do it (in exchange for a few shekels) and they may even ask you to do some of what you love doing - because they hate it
4. Don't try to do everything yourself. I started my first company with $500 -- barely enough to cover the costs of incorporation. So, right away, I developed an addiction to doing everything myself. My partner was only capable, willing and able to do so much, and I found myself doing a lot of admin tasks I never anticipated. Those tasks came with learning curves, and they took up valuable time and energy -- energy that could have been directed at helping the business grow. So, resist the urge to cover all the ground alone. Saving financial resources is important, but don't let your task list undermine your big goals.