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I Laughed When They Told Me Entrepreneurship Was a Mental Game

I thought a business game plan was enough to be successful

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My 66-year-old father is an entrepreneur. I’ve watched him build businesses from the ground up my entire life. I’ve listened to him pitch too many business ideas to count and then successfully execute many of them, with a few failures along the way. Throughout…




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Carly Barrett

Carly Barrett

Copywriter. Dog Mum. Goal Digger. Introvert. Chronically Evolving.

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