Yes, if you grow your people, they'll grow your business.
Hire People Others May Overlook
All around the World: In this episode we explore what it takes to build a team. We talk to business owners in New York City, Stamford, Seattle, Chicago, Tucson, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Dallas, San Diego, and Las Cruces.
The first step in having a sustainable business is to hire good people who are able to carry on in your absence. As a sole proprietor, we create a job for ourselves and work for our sub-contractors and suppliers. When you become an employer, you create jobs for others and put yourself in position to build a legacy and renewable asset.
If you believe your business concept is big enough to live beyond you and if you want to surround yourself with just the right people to make it happen, please study each key idea.
A special note to Sole Proprietors:
In this episode we explore what it takes to make it a goal to hire at least one new person per year. After 20 years, most any business can support one person in the first year, and could/should support at least 20 people and their families by the 20th year.
We welcome you to take up this challenge!
Inventions stir economies
In this economy? Yes. Using the tactics and strategies offered in these five stories just on this page alone, you can learn how others catapulted their business into the fast lane.
Sole proprietors. If you do not have employees, consider your support team - CPA, lawyer, banker, suppliers, and customers - as your people. You'll enjoy the results. You'll grow, too.
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