It’s a common myth that building your infrastructure is one of the biggest risks a business can take, when in reality it is actually one of the safest. It would realistically be a bigger risk to continue on doing business and hoping to survive rather than measuring the outcomes then taking the step forward. An example would be paying services to certain vendors when you can spend a little more and cut out all of their bloated costs together to manage everything yourself. The costs are always daunting at first but it is important that you take into account the money you can save as well as gain if you make the transition further down the line. A company’s infrastructure is manageable and can be easily calculated so that internal costs are reduced or more features are brought into the mix. Often when business owners are thrown the idea of expansion they are turned off by the upfront costs even though they may gain a substantial increase in revenue or customers at the end of the day. It’s better to keep a steady flow of funds cycling throughout your company instead of staying in the same pattern and hoping that business picks up. Often people procrastinate over the idea of building up their infrastructure which may lead to the business staying at a stunted growth. If you can figure ways to cut costs or run a more independent business then it will lead to a streamlined approach which could be your recipe to success.