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January 23, 2010

Why You Should Look at Your Company as a "Small Business"

Want to be the next Bill Gates? My buddy, Maryelene Delbourg-Delphis, explains why you should “Look at Your Company as a Small Business” in order to reach your goal. Check it out to learn why saplings are saplings, not little big trees.


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