I suck at Hiring!

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glipizide xl 2.5 mg I read all the books about it.  All of which talked about taking your time to hire the right person.  I always had the best intentions at the onset of all my startups, where I vowed to only hire the best – and if I have any doubt, I wouldn’t hire.

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Ask Who, Not What

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want to do when we grow up?  A doctor, an police officer, a

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I often find young entrepreneurs trying hard to find the next killer
idea.   Instead, what if they spend all that time finding the right WHO?

From the little that I know, this undoubtedly leads to greater
WHATs than any one WHO could imagine – not to mention the blast you
will have during the ride to get there.