The one mistake many of my clients (and I sometimes) make is going to fast and lack of patience. Yes, things need to get done. But what you don’t want to do is sacrifice quality. Or skip steps. See what happens to aspiring companies is that they have a great idea. They want to make money. They want to fill positions. Then the real work comes. They usually can do the work on their own when there is a small amount of work to do. But when the work comes, they add people or resources. That adds a layer of complexity that is not fully integrated in their system yet.
In order to hurriedly fill positions steps like completing agreements, giving clear instructions, and other steps are often times missed or worse neglected. These steps may seem minor. But as John Wooden said "little things make big things happen.