Wannabe Startups Try to Build a Company then MICROMANAGE Employees

Many wannabe startup founders keep their million even billion dollar idea in secret and think that this idea is big worth and they can approach somebody then say: “I provide an idea, you provide an execution and we share the profits.” or “I provide an idea, you provide money, we hire someone to implement and we share the profits.”

To all those who hope this would work, I address this message: Without an execution and proof the value of your idea is zero. Actually, it’s less than zero! Because you hold onto this idea and don’t do anything, and the idea it’s not an asset, it’s a burden.

Almost 8 billion intelligent people, someone somewhere is already working on your idea, while you are “hiding” it in your head.

Want to build a startup? Share your idea for free with someone who can bring knowledge or money. Then get your share for what you can bring after the work has started.

It’s sad that in many startups, think to be effective they need to MICROMANAGE employees.

A companies job is to motivate and provide guidance and support. It’s not monitoring an employee’s for every movement.

Micromanagement is a complete waste of everybody’s time. It suffocates, demoralizes and kills creativity.

Select the right people and give them room to get on with the job.

What do You think?

IS HONESTY always the best policy?

The situation in which a person finds himself does not change the person himself.

Treat everyone as you want to be treated yourself.

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