The Secret Sauce of Entrepreneurship that Anyone Can Use

It’s not that deep.

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Looking back at your past success is a dangerous exercise. Occasionally, you see the connection between intent and impact. That’s when you pat yourself on the back. Feel good about your strategy. But more often than not, the path looks suspiciously like luck. There’s no connection between what you did, what you thought it’d do, and…

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Businessman (myika.co), MMA fighter, poetry fan.<mika@myika.co>

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