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Excellent Guidance For Building an A+ Team

Steve Newcomb (founder of Powerset -- which became the Bing search engine, and 11 other successful companies) wrote a brilliant essay about what it takes to recruit and build amazing teams. With his new startup (famo.us) launching product in 1 week, I thought it would be useful to reshare his essay for all Founder's benefit.

Check out http://blognewcomb.squarespace.com/storage/essay_pdfs/cult.pdf

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I went into reading this biased by the buzzwordy title, but it is quite worth taking the time to read. I've definitely been on the deer-in-headlights end of salary negotiation and completely agree with the sentiment. There is clearly experience-won wisdom here.
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Ironically, I just wrote a new piece on this exact topic (How to hire an A+ team) this week, from a slightly different angle... so I figured I'd post it here as well. https://medium.com/the-new-entrepreneurs/4642d094cd0a
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