As the owner of a small- to mid-sized business, you're a jack-of-all-trades by necessity. You'll be responsible for overseeing a wide range of different operations relevant to your business, from accounting and cash flow management, to production and customer service. In your early days, you'll be performing many of these roles yourself, at least partially, and as your business grows, you'll be expected to make decisions for, advise, and direct these different departments.
It makes it hard to be productive since your attention is split and your skillset is diverse.
Fortunately, there are some strategies that can help you maintain this jack-of-all-trades approach, but simultaneously boost your productivity.