Be candid with yourself and acknowledge what you know and don’t know. Select supportive team members who possess the skills necessary to take the business in the right direction.
I believe companies should step back and not describe themselves based on what they do but the benefit they provide.
These kinds of products create emotions. Some people will love it, some will hate it and that’s okay.
Leaders find success when they create teams composed of people who are experts in their areas, and many times, smarter than the leader who’s hiring them. Great leaders give them room to grow and innovate. These are the leaders who people want to work for.
My best leadership tip is to think of leadership as a responsibility as much as an opportunity.