As you should know by now, our companion websites The Career Key and The Self-Employment Key both rely on the well known and researched Holland's Theory of Career Choice as the basis for making good decisions about careers and starting a business. I recently enjoyed this post from Mark Cuban's popular blog that contains among other smart tips for startups, advice related to Holland's Theory (probably without him knowing it):
"hire people who you think will love working there [your startup]."
This fits in perfectly with Holland's Theory that people like to be around others who have similar personalities. In choosing a career or business, it means that people choose jobs where they can be around other people who are like them. Has this been your experience?