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Dear Entrepreneur - October - cover

Dear Entrepreneur - October

Chidi Nwaogu

Publisher: Publiseer Publishing

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Summary

On April 2, 2019, Jason Njoku, a Nigerian entrepreneur tweeted about how entrepreneurship abuses and consumes us if we let it. This is nothing but the truth. This book should serve as a devotional for entrepreneurs looking for a companion along their entrepreneurial journey. It will come in twelve volumes, from January to December, a letter for each day. Start your day by reading one letter.

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