Entrepreneurs have to know when and how to say ‘no,’ and be good at delivering the message. All startup leaders are besieged with requests for their time, attention, talent, money, or influence, and sometimes even good requests won’t fit into the time and energy you have available.

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Written by bigmoneyweb
660 days ago

This is really a very amazing post and one that every entrepreneur is suppose to read. Saying no may not be a bad thing but, what matters most is the way you said it. I'm sure this post will be useful to many. Thanks for sharing this with us in the community.

Val



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