For a long time, our company was a small, close-knit, family-owned and operated business—and in many ways, it still is. Yet, from April 2021 to April 2022, we added a number of new team members. Such a significant change in a relatively short amount of time can be a true test of how your team works together, and it’s what has inspired today’s letter.
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In my last letter, I talked about why now, more than ever, potential is what I’m about. I feel strongly about ensuring that every single person on my team feels like they are growing farther and faster than they ever thought possible.
But you might be wondering, what does that really look like?