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No matter how big the change, overnight is the best pace for your overhaul.
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If you see the words "caution" or "careful" in your entrepreneurial rulebook, you're reading it wrong.
Their fame will outlive them, their money will probably outlast their fame, and what these entrepreneurial geniuses learned about running businesses will be passed from generation to generation-starting with you.
Aliza P. Sherman
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