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Leo Tropeano: “Lessons I Learned as a 20-Something Founder of Mugsy Jeans”

…The hardest part is taking that initial leap — you’ll always be able to list a million reasons why the timing is not right, but the best time to start is right now. And when you do, many things will go wrong. Just keep moving…

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Carly Martinetti

Carly Martinetti

2x pet tech founder, publicist, writer, and dog mom. I love learning about what makes CEOs tick.

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