Quote by ELAD GIL - Deepstash

Self-protection is the enemy of growth. Rigidity is the number one way to fail as an early startup employee. The sooner you can learn to let go, the sooner you can help grow the company and grow as a professional.



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Learning from what worked from others experience bears a lot of wisdom. Nonetheless, it is through our own actions and experience that'll make true difference in our own lives. Hope this inspires and serves as useful guidance to all of us.

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