Building a company of 50 virtual employees across nine different countries has been a huge challenge. From day one, my team and I decided that Staff.com was going to be chiefly a virtual company. We believed that this model was the future of work, and building our company any other way would counter our work philosophy.
Going virtual has had significant challenges, but regardless of how or where we work, these same great pieces of advice have stuck with me while building my companies:
1. You’re not good at everything…you’re not actually good at much of anything! If you’re an entrepreneur and you’re reading this article, then this is going to be a little difficult for you to hear: out of all the thousands of jobs you have to perform in your business, you’re not necessarily an expert at all of them. In reality, you’re probably really bad at the vast majority of them! That’s why it’s so important to hire out people you trust to do what you’re not good at, allowing you to concentrate on adding amazing value to what you are good at.Featured Posts, Updates and tagged featured. Bookmark the permalink.