The cost of something is what you have to give up to get it. More times than not, business owners or entrepreneurs want (and need) our help but they don't want to pay for it, nor do they want to give up certain "comforts." Don't shoot the messenger here but, starting and operating a successful business costs money and often times means giving up a few things. Here's a list of just a few things you might be able to give up, in order to get the help you need:
Daily/Weekly Coffees - The average coffee drinker will spend $164.71 per year!
Automated Programs - Or anything you're using in an attempt to take a short cut. Often times these are programs that post to social sites on your behalf, your customer retention tools that you pay a monthly fee for, but give you no ROI, along with programs and/or databases you don't use to their fullest extent.
Personal Expenses - Trips, massages, clothes, etc. Sometimes business owners will justify these purchases because they qualify as write off's - but news flash, so does marketing! If you're serious about making your business work, these things won't be a huge sacrifice. Besides, successful people often find the reward not in the monetary things, but from working hard and achieving goals. Once you're making money, you can go back to treating yourself.