Anger And Pettiness Is Counterproductive To Entrepreneurship

Along your path both to becoming an entrepreneur and to being successful as one, you’re bound to make some enemies.

Whether it’s your fault or theirs is irrelevant, but you should expect that at some point, you’re going to hold a grudge towards a competitor, an associate, or even a client or customer.

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