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“Never tell your problems to anyone...20% don't care and the other 80% are glad you have them.” Lou Holtz

Published on 8/9/2017
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Entrepreneurs must possess many important skills in order to make better decisions, especially when it comes to the essential steps that can define the future success of the company.  Besides the importance of the right hiring techniques and HR skills, it is important for every startup owner to be able to choose also the right advisors, partners and co-founders, other entrepreneurs, who can become part of their close surroundings and even investors, who can decide to have active part in the business decision making process.  There are specific skill sets to look for in the others as well as there are some specific personal traits to watch out for.

 

The people that you surround yourself with can define the advancement of your decision making process and can affect the general success of your startup.  How can you understand if you are surrounded by the wrong people?  Try to analyze your behavior when you are with certain people and try to find if there is a specific pattern that follows the bad decisions you have made.  Are you more likely to take bad decision when you are around specific people?  If you see a pattern like this to emerge, better watch out and try to create a distance with the poisonous influencers.

 

The Constant Complainer - People that always find something to complain about can be very annoying and distracting, especially in dynamic work environment.  The “always negative” mentality of those people can poison the enthusiasm of your team members and yourself as well.  People that “no matter what happen” see potential disaster are often not willing to take bold decisions, which can be fatal for the startup.  Try to avoid being surrounded by constant complainers who kill your mood and creativity with their negativity.

The One Who is Always Right - There are people who hate to admit that they might be wrong and stick with their opinion even when they have the sufficient evidences that are proving them wrong.  Arguing with this type of people can be very time consuming, exhausting and, most of the time – pointless.  Entrepreneurs need to work with open-minded and flexible people, who are not letting themselves to fall into an Ego fights.

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