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Episode 31

How not to panic when things go wrong

In this week’s episode, Mark and David talk about when the going gets tough and how important it is as a leader to keep your personal insecurities in check to avoid causing panic and paralysis.

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Every startup will inevitably experience both highs and lows, but how you deal with those highs and lows as Founders can make a big difference. In this week’s episode, Mark and David talk about when the going gets tough and how important it is as a leader to keep your personal insecurities in check to avoid causing panic and paralysis.

And what to do if panic sets in anyway. Including when David shared a negative financial report with the whole team, causing several people to think they were getting fired and what this taught him about communicating bad news.

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Show notes:

Find out about ScreenCloud: screencloud.com  

Watch the video: youtube.com/screencloudio/panic-things-go-wrong

Connect with David Hart or Mark McDermott on LinkedIn.

Get in touch: hello@screencloud.com

 

Episode 31

How not to panic when things go wrong

In this week’s episode, Mark and David talk about when the going gets tough and how important it is as a leader to keep your personal insecurities in check to avoid causing panic and paralysis.

ScreenCloud Post

Every startup will inevitably experience both highs and lows, but how you deal with those highs and lows as Founders can make a big difference. In this week’s episode, Mark and David talk about when the going gets tough and how important it is as a leader to keep your personal insecurities in check to avoid causing panic and paralysis.

And what to do if panic sets in anyway. Including when David shared a negative financial report with the whole team, causing several people to think they were getting fired and what this taught him about communicating bad news.

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Show notes:

Find out about ScreenCloud: screencloud.com  

Watch the video: youtube.com/screencloudio/panic-things-go-wrong

Connect with David Hart or Mark McDermott on LinkedIn.

Get in touch: hello@screencloud.com

 
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