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The Unusual Relationship Every Entrepreneur Needs

It’s not a mentor, a colleague, or an investor—it’s something else entirely.

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In my early twenties, I founded an education nonprofit. I was proud of it; students enjoyed our programs, the ranks of volunteers steadily grew. The bank account stayed in the black (if by only a hair). Left to my own devices, I would have kept the…

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