The Value of Being Passionate About the Company You Keep

December 3, 2015 Leena Thampan

Wagepoint founder, Shrad Rao, speaks with Josh Bland, Digital Media Specialist at Technology Advice, about the importance of being passionate about the company you keep as a small business owner or startup founder.

Functions like payroll and accounting can get overwhelming, and not to mention, quite complicated. But, if you have a payroll partner that treats you like a friend instead of it being just  a transactional relationship, these back-end, administrative tasks can turn into a treat. Just ask our customers :)

In this informational interview, Shrad talks about how choosing the right kind of people to surround yourself with can help you create a business you truly love. And that is exactly where finding the right employees and the right customers can make a world of a difference. 

If you share Shrad’s passion for building business relationships that are friendly and meaningful, you’ll enjoy this short podcast.

Listen in here: The Value of Being Passionate About the Company You Keep

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Leena Thampan

Leena worked for some of the big guns in the media industry before deciding her true calling was to be the ultimate curator of our brand - this is our version of the story, of course. She spends her days cooking culinary masterpieces from all over the world. And if you are not really careful, she might just offer it to you.

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