True Small Giants companies and leaders approach business differently. And that approach includes growth and exits. In this blog, Michael Whelchel of Big Path Capital shares key pieces of wisdom to keep in mind when weighing your exit strategy options as a purpose-driven leader.
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Originally posted on MindfulEntrepreneurship.com,
Written by Kristyna Zapletalova, CEO of MAQTOOB
Someone on the Internet recently asked me how one could develop good entrepreneurial skills. Since it was a rather busy day for me, my first urge was to spurt out that while you can learn how to run a business, you need to be born an entrepreneur. But then, as I lingered a while longer over the question, I started to ponder the very definition of entrepreneurship.