When it’s time to hire someone to help out, you could hire a person to do the things you don’t like to do — or you could hire help to free you up for more important things that will grow your bottom line.
I think both approaches are OK. After all, if you aren’t happy with your day-to-day work, why own a business?
Most online sellers hold on to product sourcing and hire a listing person or a photographer. Others have family members bring them products. Before you hire help with your business, figure out the reason you are bringing in another person, and hire accordingly.