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Why We Learn More from Tough Bosses

CEO of Narrative Science, Stuart Frankel, explains why a little bit of humility goes a long way.
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Narrative Science is the leader in advanced natural language generation for the enterprise. Powered by artificial intelligence, its Quill™ platform analyzes data from disparate sources, understands what is important, and then automatically generates perfectly written narratives to convey meaning from the data for any intended consumer or business audience, at unlimited scale. 

CEO Stuart Frankel, says that you probably learn more from bosses that are a little bit tougher on you. Frankel knows that your ego needs to be checked at the door, but it’s ok to have a little bit of humility. Find out the one piece of advice that Stuart Frankel would give to anyone that is looking to start their own company.

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