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With the help of this successful book, we see how even failures can lead to successes, from poor directions of a company to starting too quickly printing business cards before a true company existed to walking away, even when to involve yourself in a process you are not familiar. Each chapter with a quote is cute as is a large number of footnotes. Ohanian is a very smart, successful person.
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- Name: Without Their Permission: The Story of Reddit and a Blueprint for How to Change the World
- Author: Alexis Ohanian
- ISBN: 1455520012
- Language: English
- Genre: Marketing for Small Business, E-Commerce Professional, Company Business Profiles
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 2 MB
- Page: 272
- Price: Free
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