We are individualistic, like to keep control, don’t like relying on others for success. Edit
"Because we distrust authority and value individuality we are not inclined to buy into grand national schemes of economic salvation unless an intense sense of crisis is at hand – as happened briefly from 1984-87."
What does this mean?Edit
How do we not do this?Edit
This is where you tell your stories on how you overcame this impediment.
"Well the best example I can give is in starting Vend. Growing a startup this is something you have to get over pretty quick or you are screwed. First I raised capital very early on and gave up good chunks of the company to do this. I only own 40% today. But I own 40% of something much much bigger than if I owned 100% of it and tried to do it all on my own. Secondly in recruitment. Identifying all the weaknesses in myself and the business and then finding smart people to come help. I am often not the smartest person in the room and I like that" - Vaughan Rowsell, CEO of Vend