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Ample time off at the holidays is good for morale and manageable with planning.
Treat everyone with respect, from the chairman of the board to the part-time maintenance worker.
Life skills are business skills.
Any city big enough to have an airport is big enough to have opportunities worth sniffing out.
How well you sleep and the state of mind you create at the beginning of the day have a lot to do with how much you'll accomplish.
There are ways to make the process fair, respectful and relatively painless.
Show your appreciation to everyone who is helping you build your company.
Pay attention to how young employees respond to the professional world to make sure they have the resources they need to succeed.
There are mistakes everybody should know to avoid.
The less billionaire you are, the more damage a bad hire can do to your company.
Self-doubt is natural. It's the wallowing in despair that you have to stop.