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    Business Insider - Oct 20
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    Forbes - Oct 20
    Peter Thiel wants to know what sets you apart–and what you’ll do to protect that uniqueness from imitators. Read »
    3 days ago
  • 8 Popular Entrepreneurial Myths Debunked
    Forbes - Oct 17
    As an entrepreneur, I’m fascinated by the myths that people tend to believe. Somehow, entrepreneurship has built up a mythology that is founded upon legend, anecdotes, movies, and who-knows-what else. Here are few of... Read »
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  • Nasty Gal Founder: ‘A Sense Of Entitlement Is A...
    Fortune - Oct 16
    Everyone complains about self-centered Millennials, but Sophia Amoruso doesn’t see a problem. In fact, entitlement is what made her successful in the first place. Read »
    1 week ago
  • How A 13-Year-Old CEO Made A Deal With ‘Shark...
    Business Insider - Oct 13
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  • Entrepreneurship Is About Believing In The Impossible
    Inc - Oct 9
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  • How To Use Your Gut To Make Better Decisions
    Entrepreneur - Oct 8
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  • How Facebook And Alibaba Are Turning The World’s...
    Forbes - Oct 6
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  • 5 Unforgettable Leadership Qualities For Successful...
    Entrepreneur - Oct 6
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    2 weeks ago
  • Great Entrepreneurs Do What Can’t Be Done
    Entrepreneur - Oct 3
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  • 5 Reasons Why CEOs Don’t Get Innovation
    LinkedIn - Sep 29
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    3 weeks ago
  • 10 Habits Of The Successful Entrepreneur
    Inc - Sep 24
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  • 3 Must Have Leadership Traits Of Successful...
    American Express - Sep 15
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    Mashable - Aug 28
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    1 month ago
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    Fast Company - Aug 28
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