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Hiring for Attributes Rather Than Skills
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28:07 - 29:54 (01:46)

The podcast discusses the idea of focusing on a person's attributes rather than just their skills when hiring. While skills can be taught, traits are harder to change, and often it is attributes that lead to long-term success in a job.

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