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Why Entrepreneurs Should Care About Brutal Self-Reflection

And about a popular business approach that appears to be self-destructive

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I was listening to an interview with a former chairman of a national bank. He explained how the future ‘FinTech’ businesses will have to operate. He mentioned the term brutal

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