Hat rack management can hinder your growth.
I use the term "hat rack management" to describe what startup and small business managers go through.
But guess what? The truth is that you can't know everything or do everything well, and some of those hats just don't fit.
Spend your time and talent wisely. Every hour spent on things that are not your expertise is distracting you from what you do well and will adversely affect your overall performance. Trying to wear a hat that doesn't fit will give you a headache. It will wear you down, cause frustration and diminish your overall effectiveness. So play to your strengths. There may be an added cost to pass tasks to others but you will gain it back in increased productivity and efficiencies.
Another negative consequence in trying to wear too many hats and do everything yourself is that it can become a bad habit that turns you into a micro-manager (that's a nice term for control freak) who cannot or will not delegate. Micro-managers tend to run roughshod over others and inhibit growth in their employees.
Yes, in the very beginning, you must and will do it all. But for the sake of your company's success and your own peace of mind, truthfully analyze your strengths and weaknesses (see my article on SWOT) and decide where you need others' expertise. Then set and follow a new plan to transition the delegation of these tasks to others.
Hats off to your success!