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You Can Do Anything — But Not Everything

Insurgent Tip by COMMON

The work of an entrepreneur can seem unending. Building a business from scratch, often on your own — at least at the beginning — is akin to climbing a mountain. You have some vision of what the end goal looks like, but that vision can be hard to maintain when the climb is a seemingly endless series of just taking the next step in front of you.

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COMMON is a collaborative community and accelerator for social businesses and projects. We’re working to build international excitement, conversation and action around entrepreneurialism

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