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3 Self-Limiting Beliefs I Had To Shake Before Becoming My Own Boss

You may not realize you're still clinging to the corporate world's measures of success, but they can undermine your solo efforts. You may not realize you're still clinging to the corporate world's measures of success, but they can undermine your solo efforts. When I decided to start my own business three years ago, I thought the hardest part would be making ends meet or finding clients—the tactical, business-building stuff.
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