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  • Pine Watt

    I completely agree Alessandra. I am currently launching a kickstarter project and one of the most rewarding parts( both for me and my co-founders) is seeing them take the project and make it their own. As a founder, learning to "give" up control is a necessary good growing pain, because seeing the passion in someone else is absolutely worth it.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Interesting that a lot of the enthusiasm behind a workplace starts with not just management, but those under them as well. Any one can be a leader in a workplace by taking initiative- but it's important that work is delegated in ways that don't feel like leaders take complete control. I find that when work is delegated, people on a team feel more valuable, and therefore invest more into the company itself.