TMBA 047 (LBP47) – How Being an Axeman Can Help Grow Your Business

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To be honest, the days I’ve had to fire employees have been some of the most difficult in my entire life. Moving on these tough decisions is critical for growing your business. I’ve seen businesses struggle big time because of the inability of entrepreneurs’ to make tough personel decisions. In this episode Ian and I talk about the dirty business of firing people for the benefit of your business.

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Published on 12.02.10
  • http://twitter.com/AlanPerlman Alan Perlman

    I got the Paypal keycard too! Interestingly enough, when I got back to the states last week, they locked me out of the account again. Calling them this afternoon to investigate. I'm not sure how many more times I can change my password..

    Keep up the rock star podcasting!

  • TropicalMBA

    ohhh no! I thought for a second we were in the clear there :) The approved

    IP thing has been working ok, I'm excited to try my key card out. Keep us

    updated and thanks for the shout!

  • http://joelrunyon.com/two3 Joel Runyon | [BIT]

    Wow, quiet on the comments today. don't worry , I got you )

    Thought this was one of the more practical podcasts you've done. Do the hard things…they're worth it.

  • TropicalMBA

    haha thanks Joel, yeah I suspect its one of those that's not as exciting but worth putting out there because these are some of the most important experiences we've had in business. I suspect the same will be true for our book keeping episode :D

  • http://twitter.com/logicwithwojcik Caleb Wojcik

    Keep up the good work guys. I’m late to this podcast, but I am all caught up with your published audio content. Keep crushing it Balla Ballas

  • Anonymous

    Booyah! Will do.

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