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Build a Support Network: Four Entrepreneurs on How They've Developed Personal Boards

Call it your sounding board, circle, network or personal board of advisors, every successful entrepreneur needs one. Just as companies rely on a formal board of advisors to weigh in on investments and business practices, individuals need to have their own trusted advisors to help them as they navigate their careers. Aside from mentors, you need peers who you can genuinely talk with and who help influence your business decisions.
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