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Where Are Your Limitations? - James Altucher

Limitations And Innovation

Going past the limitations of society or your peer group can help you solve problems that nobody has looked at yet. And that’s how some of the most successful startups start.

Try to brainstorm a list of business ideas that go slightly beyond the limits of whatever you thought before.

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