Entrepreneurs Have A 'Superman Complex' That Holds Them Back

Entrepreneurs Have A 'Superman Complex' That Holds Them Back

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New One the biggest lessons entrepreneurs need to learn is that some serious dangers come along with rapid growth.  The very things that help entrepreneurs succeed -- including willpower, individualism, and the ability to go it alone -- can end up holding them back. According to Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish, the thing...
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