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How to Recover After a Failed Startup

Just as with any human relationship that comes to an abrupt end (or not so abrupt at times) certain events in our lives will require us to take a step back, heal our wounds, take some time and recover before we venture out again into the unknown.

Typically, when startup founders make the tough decision to not continue forward with their business, it’s because resources have been depleted and there…




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Walter Guevara

Walter Guevara

Sr. Programmer. Blogger. Startup CTO. Los Angeles native. Future sci-fi author.

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