How to Build the Right Team for Your Business
Welcome to episode #32 of the Gentle Business Revolution podcast, the show where we talk about marketing your business by disrupting the current marketing paradigm. If you are a heart-centered entrepreneur who feels anxiety around marketing your business or you are tired of the traditional marketing model, you’re in the right place!
In this episode, we are talking about what it takes to build the right team for your business. From what questions to ask before you hire someone to making sure you care about their wellbeing to form a long term partnership. Today I’m sharing some of the messes I’ve dealt with when trying to hire team members as well as sharing what has worked for me.
In this episode you’ll learn about how to build the right team for your business as well as…
- Why outsourcing tasks you’re not good at is a fast way to grow
- Why business expenses can be good
- What questions you should ask before you interview a potential team member
- How astrology and human design can help you find the right team member
- Where to find team members
- The importance of having an operations manual
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