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March 23, 2009


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saundra, event engineer

That's the best post so far. Thank you just when I needed to hear that.

J Sandifer

Excellent post...goes straight to the point of making sure you hire people who are top notch. The interview process at my company lasts about 3 months! Once you are on board you are given the responsibility to do your part in moving the company to success. This is the 3rd start-up I have been involved in and in each success depended on the team being able to say yes! Of course the team has to be making the right decisions :)

Shanika Butts, Charlotte Wedding Planner

This is an excellent post and exactly what I've been working on for the past couple of weeks. I have finally realized that in order for my company to reach the amount of success I know it can, it has to grow. Which means I need to let some things go and get some capable people to help me get to where I know this company can be.

Sean Low

Thank You Saundra

Sean Low

Shanika --

That is great news for your business. FYI -- never a huge fan of just adding bodies. Have to have the structure in place for where they should go.

Latrice Cushenberry - Bridal Opulence Nashville Tennessee

Another great post & right on time with the direction of where my company is headed.
I am a firm believer in "building my bench" & so excited that growth is happening.
It is definitely a process, but with structure the transition will be invisible to my clients!

Wendi Hroncich

Thank you for another wonderful post. This part:

"The most wonderful side benefit of evolving from an entrepreneurship into a business is that empowered and motivated employees typically are deeply invested in the organization's."

was an Ah Ha moment for me! I'm so glad that you are sharing your knowledge with all of us.

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