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I end up teaching one simple pitching trick often enough in consultancies that I'd thought I'd write about it: to ask yourself "would anyone ever claim the opposite"?
There are two marketing-related questions I get at least once almost every week in consultancy calls: "how do I start marketing my game" and "when do I start marketing my game".
People often think that running a business means "minimizing risk while maximizing opportunity". I don't think that's a smart way to run a business, and especially not if you're relatively new to entrepreneurship. I say: pick one.
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