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Treat everyone with respect, from the chairman of the board to the part-time maintenance worker.
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Hiring dilutes your culture unless, along with resumes and skill sets, you look at a candidate's personal alignment with your company's core values.
You need to grow but you can't afford to lose your scrappy startup roots.
Realize that your vibe as founder sets a tone, and that every action, inaction and interaction builds that out until it becomes your corporate culture.
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