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Startup life can easily dominate one's schedule, but, as some entrepreneurs forget, they aren't the only ones with schedules, responsibilities, and needs.
By taking some precautions you can maximize the benefit of knowing skilled folk and avoid damaging relationships.
For entrepreneurs, finally getting into the black is a huge accomplishment. But it can also be a stressful problem.
As an entrepreneur, there will be times when you have a few options for the next step but don't know which choice you should make.
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Start saying no more today, so you can concentrate on what matters the most in your startup.
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Too often famous sayings can be misinterpreted and can do more harm than good.
When your company is small and new, it's the first customers to sign on who can make or break your business.
You need to acknowledge mistakes, take ownership of them and then ask how you can move forward together as a team.
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