I wanted to use this blog as a way to document experiences, learn from others who have already been there, and share what I learn along the way. To attempt to keep up with this blog, I am committing to jotting down what I’ve learned at the end of each week. Here’s what I learned during the week of November 26, 2012:
- If you have a bad feeling about a client up front, don’t let a price tag change your mind. You probably had a bad feeling because you know what is best for your business, and moving forward with the wrong clients takes up precious time, energy and resources that could be used elsewhere.
- I’ve always heard that hiring the right people is a key ingredient to a successful startup. Hiring a great candidate has added value to our business in just one week! I guess it’s too early to say anything concretely, but I’ve got a good feeling.
- Producing high quality work while building a great network continues to lead to good things.
If you have any thoughts on these subjects, I would love to hear them! – Rachel