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BRYCE DOT VC: Suffering As a Competitive Advantage →

brycedotvc:

Starting companies is hard.

Building them into sustainable businesses over time is even harder.

Much has been postulated about why one founder flounders and the others emerge as the next Mark Zuckerberg. Some will attribute the difference to smarts, connections, or capital, but a new research…



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    In other words: grit.
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    === Bryce is definitely onto something with this framework.
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