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4 Things You Learn About Entrepreneurship When You Become a Parent

Changing diapers can give you superpowers

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“Entrepreneurs don’t change diapers,” I used to tell myself.

A prototypical start-up founder is a twenty-something-year-old college drop-out hustling around the clock in a garage, busy making a “dent in the universe.” No kids allowed.




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Andrei Neboian, Dr

Andrei Neboian, Dr

Writer | Ph.D. in Management Science | Built & Sold a Tech Startup | Engineer by Training — Character Creator at Heart ☕ LinkedIn

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