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4 Ways to Keep Learning Beyond the Classroom

You don't have to get a new degree to expand your knowledge base.

"The moment you think you know everything about your business is the moment you lose your competitive edge," says Pat Flynn, a San Diego-based writer who focuses on online entrepreneurship. "Top athletes continue to train and learn in order to improve; a smart entrepreneur does the same."

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