The fundamental problem I was facing was that I acting like a freelancer instead of a business owner.
I didn’t have refined processes for client management, outsourcing work, and managing projects.
It certainly takes time to think about your business and build out processes for it.
At the same time, you’ll benefit from moving from a freelancer to a business that has the potential to scale beyond the 24 hours in your day.
I’m basically guilty of all of these issues while running RubyCoded. Plenty of room to improve, and we’ll keep improving.