A thing I wonder: do companies have too many employees?
Coach Tony

I completely agree and think this is brilliant. We are very careful hiring at Social Impact Capital, and do it extremely slowly, usually with a consulting trial period. The problem is that the employees that aren’t top notch are corrosive to the entire team; also, it’s easy to hire employees that are top notch, but for whatever random reason (culture fit, maybe) just can’t hop on board and start contributing. We have only a few employees, but we do the work of a much larger organization because we’re so efficient. With more employees that weren’t at our level, it would be a drag, because co-ordination is a drag and we’d get much less done. Also, in true 10x fashion, at least half of our team is support staff for the 10xers.

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