Entrepreneurs are known for chopping and changing, as well as jumping into new things. Stay focused when you have something that works for you. It is often your rigidity and sticking to what you already know that leads to greater success as opposed to stretching yourself to reduce risk.
My advice is to stay emersed in what you are doing and keep doing it until this area becomes a real super strength and foundation for growth.
As a business owner, think about the effective use of your time. We have all heard of working on your business not in your business. This is somewhat right, however, we all need microscopic attention to details and telescopic approaches to what we do. I believe that the most effective use of time comes from working on the people who are working within your business combined with focusing on areas such as recruitment, customer service, marketing, and partnership work. Simply put work on growing and protecting the business culture and developing its reputation.
It is often the case that many business owners have the right intentions and but at times either fall out of love with their business or just lose track. If you or your team can think, focus on the future, and build a business culture where everyone puts growth first, that will go a long way in helping you along your journey. My view is simple: if you as the business leader can remove common obstacles, navigate, and grab an opportunity with clarity of thought, you will be more likely to achieve your desired outcome.