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Be Data-Driven

Be Data-Driven

You should always make data-driven decisions. If you don’t, you are choosing to go with your opinion with no facts to back it up.

It starts by questioning everything: do I think this way because it’s my opinion/other people say so/it’s how the world works or because I’ve tested it?

Growth comes from hard work and a little luck. Hyper-growth comes from testing.

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