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First, his peers laughed at him. Now, they want in on supporting social entrepreneurs.
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If you're going to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need to be prepared for the risks.
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money is rarely the sole ends to entrepreneurship, having enough money to pay the bills is necessary for any business to remain afloat. There is a lot of information about how to make money, however the most basic principle of making money is to be able to sell a need or demand that people are willing to pay for.
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