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Why You Don't Need to 'Reinvent the Wheel' to be a Successful Entrepreneur

Why You Don't Need to 'Reinvent the Wheel' to be a Successful Entrepreneur

A very common misconception that many people believe is that to be a successful entrepreneur, you need to do something that's never done before.

As technology improves, it becomes harder and harder to 'reinvent the wheel.'

This article talks about why you don't need to 'reinvent the wheel' to find success as an entrepreneur

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