Being the founder of a start-up is itself a courageous and daunting achievement. For some, it’s tough to even digest the fact that whatever happens to their business, good or bad, they are the only one responsible.

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Written by tcamba
866 days ago

Hmmm, I really need to solve my procrastination problem if I want to become a serious entrepreneur!



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