Advice for the Entrepreneur: Lee’s Tip #251
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One of my grandsons was mentored by his first boss, the restaurant manager in charge of hiring him. It changed his life. As he has grown, he moved to another city to work for others and brought those lessons with him.
As a small business owner, you already know the workday part of it, and you also know many of the benefits, like being your own boss and stuff. Now it’s time to start thinking about your responsibilities to others. If you hire the teenager next door, you have a responsibility to help shape that young person forever.
As a business owner, one of your most important jobs is to nurture your workforce. No matter the age, give your employee a timetable to complete tasks, make them accountable and teach them good customer service skills. You get a good employee, and you help to frame someone’s life far into the future.