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3 ways that asking “what business am I really in?” can help you keep your productivity on track and make progress on what matters most.
How you think about your business isn’t just an academic exercise. It can have profound implications for whether you even have a business in a few years. What business are you really in?
If you’re going to create an event focused on connection, it helps to give people what they need to connect.
The benefit of investing in personal growth hasn’t always been obvious. That’s changing now.