Believing your startup will be a big success is a little like believing you have free will… you can’t help but believe it, even feel it, but deeper consideration suggests there are lots of reasons to be suspicious.
June 21, 2011
Startups and Free Will Have Something in Common…
By Bob Crimmins
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