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Marco Rinaldi

Are we destined to fail as entrepreneurs?

The growing number of creative professionals that venture into entrepreneurship raises doubts and concern.

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J Antonio Martínez
Mar 2017

Hi Marco, I finish your article and in my opinion, the key of entrepreneur success is, besides to always have courage about your decisions and choices, and I mean to take the opportunities you have in front of you always, the key is to always contemplate your possibilities, to have everything under control, to assume that as possible is to win in some things It´s a 50-50 chances of loosing an to know what are you going to do if this is the case so you have other choices.

Thanks for your article.

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