There are a lot of things we can learn from Hausboom and Syed Saddiq story. If you follow these 5 rules when doing business, we as a founder can avoid the frustration that can lead to making a mistake decision which can affect the company reputation or almost into destruction.
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The New Year is quickly approaching! You know what that means, countless New Year’s resolutions that you will create and fail to follow through on. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Less than 10% of people ever achieve their New Year’s resolution. So many of us get a jolt of excitement and inspiration of the New Year. New Year, new you.
I’m a male biologically speaking but in the name of absurdity identified as a girl and near the beginning of this sentence and then a boy near the end of the sentence. Why? Because I feel like it’s called gender fluidity. Who are you to tell me I wasn’t a girl at the beginning of that sentence? Did you use scientific knowledge empiricism? That’s nonsense.
I surveyed startup and compared their lifestyle with business people. The business people had the lifestyle the people in a startup so dearly wanted. Why? Well, they spent about less than 40 hours a week working and the rest of us at their leisure whereas the startup plotted most people in the startup spent 8 hours at their leisure time a week and the rest was either working or certain fields like working.
There are so many challenges for both candidate and employer. Some challenges from the candidate such as wrong expectation, skill/talents, or attitude. For example, most computer science students didn’t know what Git is. However, this article will be focusing more on the employer side. Further, hiring a great candidate is difficult, but retaining is more difficult. Let’s dissect.
Do you ever hear about The Little Red Riding Hood story? It’s a fairy tale about a young girl and a wolf aka Big Bad Wolf. I believe most of us know about this story when we are kids. But in this story, who should be blamed?