My Problem with Entrepreneurial Articles

I'm a one man band. (How I wish that were literally true...but I digress.) I don't have an advisory board unless you count my parents and close friends. I don't have key stakeholders unless you count my mortgage company. I don't have teams of people I can call into a lunch meeting to brainstorm the latest project. I have me. Myself and I are in there too, but it seems weird to count all three of us.

I read every entrepreneurial article I come across from the likes of Inc., Business Insider, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and Marketing Profs. I learn amazing information on a regular basis on how to better my business, how to think like an entrepreneur, how to brand/market/sell my new business. What I rarely see, however, are articles related to the one man band. I would guess that most businesses, small consultancies like mine, start with one person and some grow into small agencies that grow into medium agencies. They had to start somewhere. I'm in that somewhere now. I'm in the I-do-everything-even-the-stuff-I'm-really-bad-at phase. I love learning how to do things I don't know how to do (except accounting. I don't love that.) but I would really like to read some of these articles that speak directly to my in my situation. 

I can lament about how I need to get an accountant or learn Quickbooks (stat), or how I am navigating these entrepreneurial waters, but when it comes down to it, I don't know what I'm doing. I know what I offer and I'm quite good at that, but I don't know how to run a business. Are there quality resources out there, on par with those mentioned above, for the one man band? If not, then I think I just stumbled upon a niche...