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Startups should start small and think big

By January 17, 2019April 4th, 2019No Comments

new entrepreneurPast client, University of Michigan Ross School of Business lecturer and friend of Clarity Quest, Jim Price, shared an insightful post on Entrepreneur entitled The Most Successful Entrepreneurs Are Able to Both Start Small and Think Big.

In Jim’s article, he reveals countless examples of company founders who start small and think big, and ultimately achieve their big dreams. What each one of them had in common was they became top-notch at one thing, before branching out and going after broader goals.

Jim reveals tips to apply these lessons to your own project, venture, or team. Read the full article for his actionable advice!

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