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The Best Idea Man I’ve Ever Known

6 lessons I’ve learned from his successes and failures

A picture of a mosquito. The best idea man but not the best businessman.
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A week ago, I wrote about Jim, the best side hustler I’ve ever known (the link is at the end). Writing that piece made me think of someone who I consider the “best idea man” I’ve ever known.

Maybe you remember reading different business books that say things such as:




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Brett Millan

Brett Millan

I’m a curious person, who pursues different interests, from Anthropology to Writing to Education and also Business/Finance. I love to share perspectives.

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