Entrepreneurs: do not let heroes become nuts

Coaching founders makes you remember how hard it is to be in their shoes. Let’s take care of them.

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“A founder must be a rock: There’s a lot of pressure put on founders to stay steady in times of company turmoil. As a result, they are often alone when they need others the most.”

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Learner. Top writer in #Ideas, #Future, and #Government. I like living in the future. #Business is my main focus, but I can’t help to have many others.

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JM Piqué

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Learner. Top writer in #Ideas, #Future, and #Government. I like living in the future. #Business is my main focus, but I can’t help to have many others.

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