Start small think big book

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start small think big book

The Small Think Big Book by Arjan Dijk

Donald Trump is nothing if not big. An American businessman and the owner or developer of soaring skyscrapers in a number of cities, he stands 6 feet 2 inches tall, is a billionaire many times over, and, as of this writing, an outspoken candidate in the presidential election. They might dream big, which is perhaps what Trump means. They imagine they will accomplish something important—building a successful business, creating an exciting new life for themselves, making a difference in the lives of others. As a result, a couple of bad things can happen. Sometimes they start out too big, embarking on an initial project that is overly complex, capital intensive or risky.
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Sometimes they start out too big, capital intensive or risky, they break the idea down into smaller pieces for testing. Return to Book Page! Rather than jumping on the bandwagon for one potentially big product. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Dustin Ives marked it as to-read Apr 02, Startups are important. Community Reviews. You can simply plan it and do it.

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