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Let's Eat Some Sushi!

by Beth Deison Smith

posted in Business

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I used to think I hated sushi. I thought "Who on earth would willingly put raw fish into their mouth, swallow and LIKE it?!?" I held strong to this belief until 1996, when a guy named Randy Smith asked me out on a date and took me to my first sushi restaurant. I had no idea how to order, what to do, how to eat and how to use chopsticks, so Randy showed me how. He ordered very mild fish, because he did not want to turn me off of sushi. He wrapped a rubber band around my chop sticks so that I could learn how to hold them, and he showed me how to mix the wasabi in with the soy sauce so that I didn't destroy my nostrils.
That night changed my life. Not only did I begin a lifelong relationship with Randy Smith, but also with my love of sushi.
During this amazing night, I also realized I learned an important life and business lesson as well. The fact is, I could have learned about sushi on my own. I could have struggled with my chopsticks and put WAY too much wasabi in my soy, but I had a guide, someone to show me the ropes, so that my experience was so much more enhanced and the likelihood that I would actually like sushi was increased.
Now you may ask yourself, "How does this apply to business?" I realized early in my professional career that I could teach myself certain skills and muddle through all of the mistakes that come from learning a new ability. But I also realized that there are times when it is better to have a guide, a professional who can lead me through learning a new skill set, increasing the likelihood I would both like the activity and my effectiveness when executing it. This lead me to a hardcore belief that hiring professionals, coaches, trainers and other guides in my business is essential to creating both short and longterm success.
When interviewing for employees for your company, can you do it yourself? Yes. Should you? Sometimes. But having someone in your corner with an objective opinion acting on your behalf and showing you the way will definitely enhance your experience. It may be a professional, or even a co-worker, but the additional perspective from another person in the rook will be invaluable. Hire all you want, when you want, but hire an expert to help. You deserve it!
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