People, focus and watch the bottom line
The latest segment in our series about the entrepreneur's challenge comes from Tom Patterson, the CEO of Wize.com, the product research and ranking site. Patterson offers blunt advice to other startup executives: don't hire people who aren't ready to sacrifice their personal lives. Also, according to Patterson, a former entrepreneur-in-residence at the venture capital firm Mayfield Fund, companies should focus on doing one great thing each week, rather than three mediocre ones. And in advice on how to watch your burn rate, Patterson says startup employees don't need caramel sauce on their lattes or Frappucinos.
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