3/19/2013

It's tempting to hire employees who are similar to you, but you will need people with different strengths if you want your business to succeed, writes Scott Elser, co-founder of Launchpad Advertising. Seek employees who excel in areas in which you are weak, he writes. "[A] huge part of effectively growing past your own capacity is take a realistic look at not what you do best, but what you do worst," he writes.

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