When you're building a business, it's tempting to focus on what you're good at. You've got numbers to hit, people to impress, and customers to satisfy, so you zero in on your strengths and leave your weaknesses for another time.
Henry Ward, CEO of eShares, doesn't believe in that philosophy. He thinks that if you want to build a great product, a great team, and a great company, you've got to get real with yourself on what you're bad at.
In this episode, we talk with Henry about some of his weaknesses, and hear his perspective on management, feedback, organizational structure, and a few other hot-button issues he's blogged about on Medium.