How I’ve Learned to Handle the ‘Trough of Sorrow’ as an Entrepreneur

How I’ve Learned to Handle the ‘Trough of Sorrow’ as an Entrepreneur
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Last year, I quit my full-time job in the middle of a global pandemic to become an entrepreneur. In some ways, the life of an entrepreneur was exactly what I had expected it to be. While they’re certainly not easy, the long hours, lack of…

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