What to do when your Startup stops Feeling Like a Family

July 24, 2019 By Greg Satell

Every startup is exciting and romantic in the beginning. Long hours and shared experience makes the business feel less like work and more like a family. Yet as the company grows and more people are brought on, the social fabric begins to fray. The story is so common that nobody should be surprised when it happens, but inevitably most are, which is why few entrepreneurs prepare for it. That’s a shame, because the breakdown of the family atmosphere can be avoided if you prepare for it.


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