When you are just starting out in a web development business, it can be really tempting to try to handle most (if not all) of the work entirely by yourself. It’s not hard to understand the logic: the more of the work you complete personally, the more of the profits you get to keep, right?

But there’s a side to this approach that many new entrants to the industry overlook when they decide to start up an independent business instead of joining an established agency: if you do most of the work yourself, you may end up spending nearly all your time working.

When you are just starting out in a web development business, it can be really tempting to try to handle most (if not all) of the work entirely by yourself. It’s not hard to understand the logic: the more of the work you complete personally, the more of the profits you get to keep, right?

But there’s a side to this approach that many new entrants to the industry overlook when they decide to start up an independent business instead of joining an established agency: if you do most of the work yourself, you may end up spending nearly all your time working.