How to Overcome the Fear of Starting Your Own Business

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On this episode of Resilience, Entrepreneur Network partner sits down with Micah Brown, CEO and founder of Centiment (an company), and Al Chen, co-founder of Cooperatize (a micro-influencer platform that connects influencers with brands and agencies). The pair of business leaders talk about some of their most important business lessons, which include understanding the implications of first impressions and how to deal with fear.

Watch the video to learn more and catch the full episode here.

Related: 2 Entrepreneurs Describe Their Worst Business Moments -- and How They Overcame Them

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