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When starting your business, you can't even consider failure to be an option. But with 95 percent of businesses failing in their first five years, what are you going to do to make it work?
You don't want these setbacks -- especially when you still have a lot to show the world.
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Failure can be unavoidable, preventable or intelligent. Either way, you can learn and move forward.
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