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Use your brain to diﬀerentiate the facts from the ﬁction. ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS It’s inevitable that people will shake their heads, say that your concept won’t work, and warn you oﬀ trying. Quite earnestly, they will tell you it can’t be done your way. Or at least they will do unless you ask them the right questions. Most of the negative people you meet do not intend to be diﬃcult. Whether they are suppliers, customers, competitors, or industry commentators, they may simply lack the perspective to be able to see how your idea could work.
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