Put People First

THINK twice before employing as it can be easier and less risky to buy some skills in on a contractual basis as they are needed, avoiding the commitment and the responsibility of taking on employees when the future of your business is unknown.

If you find you need employees, remember that people are your business. The wrong people can cause you great harm. So when you meet someone for the first time in an interview, be prepared to ask the right questions, to see examples of their work, and take up references to help you ascertain whether they are suitable.

And, as David says in his book, The Naked Millionaire, think about the person’s passion.

1 Comment

  • Sohail Khan

    Customers surely come before staff? You need to be able to sell your product to someone and they need to want it, so customers are most important?

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