How Do You Match Up? Entrepreneurs Reveal How They Sleep, Eat and Start a Business See how your life compares with today's entrepreneur's.

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Every day, Entrepreneur polls its 3 million Twitter followers on topics ranging from sleep habits to leadership style to opinions on breaking news and business trends. Our goal is to create a 360-degree look at what it means to be an entrepreneur today. (Take part in future polls here.)

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The world of entrepreneurship has changed immensely during the past few years, fueled by new tools and access to information and support systems. How do you fit into it? Take a look at the below stats and find out.

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