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3 Ways to Build a Sustainable Business Post-COVID, According to Jon Taffer

Creating a strong operation for the future will require thinking ahead - and acting now.
Source: Pete Ryan
Pete Ryan

When there’s a problem, entrepreneurs fix it. But it’s not enough to just solve today’s problems anymore. That’s reactive and short-sighted. We have a massive opportunity to thrive after this , but it’ll only happen if we spend today solving tomorrow’s problems. Look out into the future, and create the that will resonate in the months and years to

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