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The Mistake:

I took advice from a mentor without understanding the motivations for his recommendation.

I started DentalPost ten years ago. I didn’t hire my first employee until three and a half, almost four years ago. When I did, I took advice from my mentor. I had several mentors, but I had one in particular who had a lot experiencing in hiring in HR companies. He had run some of the biggest HR firms in the world. His accomplishments were huge, and I had admired what he had done.

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