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Comment on: Internapp
October 5, 2020 18:12

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

Comment on: Internapp
October 5, 2020 18:12

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

Comment on: HANDS FREE
October 5, 2020 18:11

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

October 5, 2020 18:11

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

Comment on: Future Seeds
October 5, 2020 17:57

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

Comment on: Future Seeds
October 5, 2020 17:54

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

October 5, 2020 17:53

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

October 5, 2020 17:50

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

October 5, 2020 17:41

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin

Comment on: Energy car
October 5, 2020 17:40

Faced with the growing mountain of books on entrepreneurship, why should you read this one? The answer is simple: because it is so different. So plausible. So helpful. It makes you want to reach for the stars, not for the aspirin.

Brain versus capital
Günter Faltin