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A Business Mistake To Remember: Why Team Alignment Is Everything

Business owners tend to struggle admitting when they’ve done something wrong. Most mistakes we make are internal to our business, generally unnoticeable to the outside world. The thing is though, talking about the mistakes we make as business leaders can be strangely cathartic. Other people are willing to share their own mishaps when they hear your own. It assists in the learning process.

So today, I’m using this post to tell you about the biggest mistake I’ve made as a business owner. It’s personal, and it’s difficult, but at the end of the day, I’ve felt this immense need to share this experience with others in hopes they can avoid the same pitfall that almost brought us down.

Read more of LeadMD’s Justin Gray’s experience on Forbes.

 

 

 

 

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