When it comes to entrepreneurship, does tenacity trump intelligence? NowPublic.com co-founder Leonard Brody thinks so. He says entrepreneurial success depends on a willingness to take “ten punches to the stomach and [get] up for the eleventh,” citing Google and FedEx as ideas that overcame early challenges to become wild successes. Found at YouTube from ForaTv.
Leonard Brody: What Makes An Entrepreneur, Tenacity Or Intellect?
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