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The reason you're not successful is because you don't want to admit this 1 thing

Success. Define it. You want to have a certain number in your bank account. You want to build something X amount of people validate and praise. You want to be "remembered" or "known" for something, forever. More From Inc.com: The 5 Hottest New Stars of Boston's $41 Billion Startup Market You want to be seen as the leader, the one who pioneered change. You want to help people.
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