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Learnings of Entrepreneurs from their worst bosses

Salary, Job, Target, Boss, Manager, WorkLoad – Don’t these all remind us of the time when we were working under our bosses before starting our own ventures!

We all have a variety of experiences while working under different bosses. Here in this post, I will be talking about the things people shared about their learnings from their worst Bosses!

Entrepreneur Magazine tweeted

We want to know: What did you learn from the worst boss you ever had?

And it has gone really kinda viral – people started sharing their learnings on it. So, I tried to curate most out of it.

Choose not to be employee anymore

Obviously, there are a lot of entrepreneurs who follow Entrepreneur. So this one is something one can really expect – Sorry, But yeah I am getting a bit Judgy here.

There are much more who started their own after that like @GarzaHerman @deborahtalks @mrsfrford @MavenWon @aowieatoz and more.

Self-destruction with Micro-Management

Some of them shared learnings and their experiences too about the Micro-management (Which I was not aware of as I belong to an engineering background).

Micromanagement is a management style whereby a manager closely observes or controls the work of subordinates or employees.

Here are the top tweets.

Importance of Team

As we all know the team is the biggest factor behind any startup to become a venture and then a unicorn. 23% of the startups fail due to team issues. Few of the entrepreneurs pointed out the power of the team.

there are more on the line – @flutefox @JanUdlock

Motivator

As always, some epic tweets are also there. I can’t resist to share them too. Just 3 more.

I think I helped a bit to get most out of those more than 256 replies that Entrepreneur got on its tweet.

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