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YOU MUST FOLLOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL WHEN HIRING NEW EMPLOYEES! One of the most complicated parts of running a business is hiring employees. I see businesses get stuck here all the time, which causes them to stop growing. It can also cause an entrepreneur to feel fear and kill their dreams. I know I personally got stuck here about 15 years ago (it makes me feel old to measure anything in 10- or 15-year time frames), so I want to tackle this question: How do you know if the timing is right to hire that first employee or create and hire for that new position in your company? The first indication that you should be hiring your first employee or for a new position is that you’re asking the question, “Do I need to hire someone?” In many cases, if you think you need someone, you actually needed that person or position weeks or months earlier.
They say “to err is human,” but perhaps a better phrase to describe our mistakes is “to procrastinate is human.” We all do it, even though we aren’t always sure why. It’s just in our nature to wait to get things done until the very last minute we have to do them. Many chalk it up to laziness, others to fear or anxiety over the end result. Whatever the reason, procrastination is something many people are plagued by but don’t know how to correct. That’s exactly why Patrick King wrote “The Science of Getting Started: How KICK PROCRAS ‘THE SCIEN
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