Do it yourself first, then hire.

You will have a realistic image of the job description, and you will know exactly what kind of person you will need to hire later. Plus, you should be involved in every aspect of your business. You will be a perfect manager, since you will have done the same job as your employees.


  1. Try to do it yourself for as long as you can afford.
    You will understand the nature of your work better if you do it yourself at first.
  2. Rather than hiring so-called “great people,” hire the ones who are perfect for your jobs.
    You should create an atmosphere of honesty in your business in order to know how far you can push your team.


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