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The Pitch Deck is the Easy Part

There’s a lot of misconception about the startup world and about being an entrepreneur. One of the very worst pieces of advice is “do what you love!”

This sounds marvelous. Do what you love and life will give you a gold star and perhaps even some glitter-glue as well.

Except of course it’s complete nonsense.

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