Our friend Zane Safrit is sharing his point of view as a small business CEO.
You need others and others’ help to be a success. It takes a lot more’n a village to create a successful company. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Hire people lots better than you in these key areas. Create a place where it’s mostly hard fun (that’s not my phrase, but I can’t remember who coined it.) to work together. Stay out of their way. Keep others out of their way.
That’s pretty much my day as a small business CEO.
Read the entire article. It’s short, and good.
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