Some of us don’t have the luxury of starting off with just our new business. We have to start off as both employee and small business owner. As Tom peters likes to say, the bigger a company is the dumber it is. And you will run into some ignorance.

The people working with don’t care if the company is profitable or not. They just want to get their paycheck and go home. It’s your job to inform your manager if you see something that can be handled batter. Don’t be a snitch and get your workmates in trouble, that’s not the point. The point is to learn as much as you can on someone else’s budget.

If you see them correct the issue or not it doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is the result. What happened? Did they become more effective or not? Did they give you a reason why they didn’t take your advice or does it seem like they don’t care? Either way, don’t keep complaining about the same things over and over. Just note what happened and what the result was.

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