P is for People
Posted by Pierre de la Fortune on September 16, 2015 @ 12:01 a.m.
Written by Peter Baskerville and Dr. Neil Flanagan
Their temperament package radiates a certain charm that makes for binding relationships, which inspires cooperation, confidence and loyalty. It is this genuine relationship that entrepreneurs form with their financiers, partners, vendors, sub-contractors, professionals and employees that supercharges their organisations and though small in numbers is big in stature and capable of taking on the giants in any industry. Being mostly generalists, entrepreneurs have no problems employing people smarter than themselves. In fact, it is almost a prerequisite to their success that they do.
Richard Branson - People
Richard Branson talks about the importance of getting good people. Of all the rare, immutable and un-substitutable resources an entrepreneur can secure to build their enterprise, it is the people resources that is the most valuable. This is why every person an entrepreneur meets is seen as a potential resource or teacher. Entrepreneurs want you to teach them what they don抰 know and if they perceive you know too much, then they want to employ you. Right then!
"If you want to achieve something individually great, then don抰 attempt it on your own" PB
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