Bob recommends the following next steps:
#2 If you can’t afford a mentor 1 on 1, join a mastermind in your field. Not only will you have a coach but you will also have a community to support you. Not many people get entrepreneurs, so be sure to surround yourself around people that understand what you are going through. The community is also great to bounce ideas off.
#3 Every day work on improving yourself. Read, listen to podcast, audiobooks, videos about business and then take massive action.
#4 Invest in your social media to help grow your business. It’s free and it allows your potential customers to know, like and trust you even before meeting you. If your content provides value, people will purchase from you.
Again, you may not know everything about the various departments (Human resources, marketing, production Procurement, financial management, taxation) but at least know something about them.
This will ensure your staff do things rightly thereby putting your resources to better use.