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You Can't Build A Business Without Accountability

Maybe it's just me, but I sometimes feel that accountability is a rare talent in business today. In big businesses, people are quick to defer with "that's not my department," and even startup founders too often blame failures on the economy or the lack of investors. As an investor and advisor to entrepreneurs, I see accountability, or lack of it, as an override to even the best idea.
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