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Avoid These 4 Deadly Startup Myths If Want To Succeed

“Build it, and they will come” – for reasons unknown, overnight startup success has become the most believable in the utopia of the modern age. Certainly, the idea of putting our thoughts into actions and releasing them straight into the market where they will be instantly accepted, liked and payed for sounds like food for all of our capitalistic hopes. If to that we add the irresistible jellies allure of independent freelancing, digital nomadism and virtual co-working spaces, the startup story suddenly becomes a bit too good to be true.
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