10/11/2021 Tip: The Right People on Your Bus | Growthink

10/11/2021 Tip: The Right People on Your Bus

Today’s Quote

“Love what you do. Do what you love.”
~Wayne Dyer

 

Today’s Tip

In the book Good to Great, author Jim Collins talks about how great organizations make sure they have the right people on their buses. 

These companies always start by thinking about who they need on their team, and then figure out where to go with that busload of talent.

Without great people, vision becomes irrelevant–you might as well take your hands off the steering wheel because there’s no way to succeed with mediocre human resources.

Likewise there are countless stories of startups who failed with their first idea, only to successfully pivot since they had the right people on their buses.

The moral here is to always be looking for great team members to join your company.

 

Today’s Resource

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Trivia

Today’s Question: What name was given to the man-portable anti-tank rocket launcher which saw widespread use during WWII?

Previous Question: On what island did Napoleon spend the last six years of his life?

Previous Answer: St. Helena.

In October 1813, the Sixth Coalition defeated his forces at Leipzig and then invaded France. Napoleon was forced to abdicate in April of the following year and was exiled to the island of Elba. 

Less than a year later, he escaped to France and regained control of the government. This second period of Napoleonic rule, now known as the Hundred Days (les Cent Jours), ended quickly with his defeat at Waterloo on June 18, 1815. 

Napoleon spent the remaining six years of his life under British supervision on the island of St. Helena in the Atlantic Ocean.

 

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