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How To Create A Million Dollar Idea

What do all big and super successful companies have in common? They all began with a million dollar idea. But how did these corporations come up with the big idea? They were certainly not sitting around waiting for some mysterious spell of luck or flash of inspiration. Therefore, the bottom line is that; luck and The post How To Create A Million Dollar Idea appeared first on Life Upgrade.
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