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What I’ve Learned About Entrepreneurship From My Dog

by Jessi Burg

If I know one thing to be true, it’s that running a business takes a huge amount of time and energy. This is an unavoidable side effect of entrepreneurship. Some days are harder than others, and sometimes giving up seems easier than persevering.

While working closely alongside my trusty co-worker this past year, she has helped me see things in a new light. This week’s blog highlights some of the tips and tricks I’ve learned from my work from home partner, and although she may not always be the sharpest tool in the box, she’s taught me some valuable lessons about hard work and a positive mindset.

Introducing: Molly Dog. My white-haired German Shepherd rescue.

Feel free to steal some of these tips from Molly. Just keep swimming – you can do this!

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