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In the age of the influencer and instant expert, there is a lot of competition in the entrepreneur space. It can leave one feeling unqualified and susceptible to imposter syndrome. In a build-your-own-dream economy, the totality of one's experiences are relevant beyond formally (or otherwise) trained skill sets or previous career choices.

Even as entrepreneurs come up against uncharted territory while finding unique ways to deal with the ongoing pandemic, the trick is to not be intimidated by the context of the know-how and look for transferable skills one already possesses.

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