The hiring process can take several days of your time: reviewing resumes, and sitting through interviews.
Choosing What To Sell
Choosing what to sell is one of the biggest problems because out of all the things already sold, it's just hard to come up with new ideas.
You don’t know the best way to market your products and services: print, online, mobile, advertising, etc.
Solution: save yourself a ton of time by pre-qualifying candidates through exclusive help wanted ads that are ultra-specific in what it takes to be hired at your firm, as well as what the day-to-day work entails.
You want to start or grow your business, but you have little capital to do it with.
Solution: Recruit a freelance researcher who has experience in whatever type of field you’re considering entering
Even though cash flow is fine, it seems you never have enough in your budget to market your company to its full potential.
Solution: Again just hire someone who is good at doing this job for you.
Solution: There are many ways you can get money for your business, from traditional bank loans, family and friends, or Kickstarter campaigns.
Solution: Prioritize your marketing efforts with efficiency in mind, spend your money where it works, and reserve the rest for operating expenses and experimenting with other marketing methods.
Solution: Having a good support system will help: family and friends who know your goals and support your plight, as well as an advisory board of other entrepreneurs who can objectively opine as to the direction of your business.
It’s extremely easy to get discouraged when something goes wrong or when you’re not growing as fast as you’d like.