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Getting Everything You Can - #2

Here's your shortcut to bringing a product to market — look at failed products. I don't mean look at them to see what you should not do, that's common-sense. Look at them to see what you share and how to differentiate your offering.

Dele Omotosho
Dele Omotosho
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