If you can understand why CEOs start remote businesses you’ll be on the way to understanding if you’d be a fit when they’re hiring. I recently did some informational interviews for the remote work life summit so that I could begin to understand them and their businesses and I noticed that the CEOs I interviewed had common principles and values which drove their decision to start their business.
The CEOs I interviewed include Nick Francis (Help Scout), Steli Efti (Close), Tasia Duske (Museum Hack), Derek Andersen (Startup Grind), Stephen Anson (Vortala) to name a few.
In this episode, I share some of the interview insights in the hope that it will help you to figure out how to understand CEOs and their businesses so that you can make meaningful connections and conversations during the hiring process.
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