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As an entrepreneur, you’ll need to learn how to learn from the actions of your fellow business owners. Here are 3 tips to selecting the right candidates for your business.
Jeffrey Hayzlett encourages entrepreneurs to avoid asking the same questions when interviewing ideal candidates. Instead, take them out for dinner. If they decide to order the most expensive thing on the menu, this says a lot about their character. Evaluate their social behavior and determine if it’s a good fit with your business.
Richard Branson offer his advice to potential entrepreneurs. In his column, he advises startups to start on a smaller scale and gradually build to larger platform.
There’s no better advice that what you’ll receive from a professional coaching firm. Karima Marima-Arthur is a founder with some words of wisdom of her own to offer. For the entrepreneur to effectively lead by example, he/she needs to make a practice of meeting deadlines. It seems like a small component but, in the grand scheme of things, it makes a world of difference.
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