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How to establish a Get-Things-Done culture for your startup, by Jimmy Hendricks

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2013-05-03

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Starting up is tough, so it's crucial to have an efficient and dedicated team to help execute your vision. In this talk from the San Diego Founder Institute, Jimmy Hendricks explains the most effective ways to hire for your startup, and how to establish an efficient yet fun, “Get Things Done” culture.

Jimmy Hendricks is the Co-Founder and CEO of Deal Current, one of the most well recognized "white label" daily deal software companies in the US. He is also one of the Founder Institute’s top-rated mentors, in both San Diego and Santiago.

Along with finding the best players for your team, Jimmy also addresses the equally as important topic - firing. He says,  “You can never fire someone too soon; do it as quickly as possible and never look back”.

To hear more from Jimmy, join him this Summer in Southern California where he will be mentoring for the San Diego Founder Institute. This Summer, SDFI will also be implementing the Startup Our Vets Fellowship, offered exclusively to Veterans and Active Military. Through “Startup our Veterans”, veterans and service members not only can apply to the Founder Institute for free ($50 value), but the best, qualified applicant to the San Diego Summer 2013 program will also receive a Fellowship to participate in the world-renowned company-building program free of a course fee ($900 value).

Click here to learn more.

 

                               

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