You’re Turning Down Jobs
The sky is the limit when you just have a little help. When you start having to turn down jobs because you have too much work on your hands, consider that it’s time to recruit help. You need to be able to be consistent with your client base.   You Can Keep Up To Your Schedule There are 1440 minutes in a day, and you still can't find enough time to finish everything on your to-do list. You don’t want to put your customer in a position where they need to look elsewhere for services you can’t offer them at the moment, because you’re too busy. Weather you miss a call, you’re late to a meeting or you just can’t keep up with emails, you miss an opportunity and it’s time you consider hiring some help.

 

Quality Over Quantity
Your reputation introduces you before you do. You have to take into consideration that the quality of your works speaks for itself. If you can't uphold the standard of quality your consumer is used to, they will notice. Just because you’re doing something fast or in large amounts, doesn’t mean it's going to be good. An employee can alleviate some of the stress for you. They can do smaller jobs so you can focus on the bigger ones. Everyone should have a specific role in your business. If you try to be everywhere at once, you’ll find yourself lacking in certain aspects.

 

Grow With Your Business.
By assigning different roles in your company, you give yourself more access to time and you benefit off other people’s expertise. You need to consider that as your company starts having more needs, you’ll need someone to lean on. There are so many tasks that need to be taken care of and you need to be front and center for the more pressing ones. You want everything to get done, but you want it to get done right. And that isn’t achieved by putting too much on your plate! Building a team with a common goal will allow you to focus on what you’re best at while someone else contributes their time to what their best at. If you find yourself relating to any of these, Its’ probably time to consider hiring some outside help. Invest in your company like your consumer invests in you! You get what you give, so make sure to give quality work! We hope we could give you that little push you needed to better your business!

Best of Luck!
Your Friends at Stich & Ink