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An Entrepreneur's Nightmare

I awoke in the wee hours of the morning to realize I was drenched in sweat, my covers and sheets twisted into knots around my body in response to my thrashing. My pillows lay on the other side of the room, thrown angrily at imaginary demons. My teeth were sore from grinding and my jaw muscles ached from clenching. The clock showed a red 3:33, a reminder that I had to get up early and needed rest, but my mind would not relent.
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