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3/4/08 Recap: What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Eight Year Olds

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Interesting news and perspectives from around the web:

  • Justin Nowak of YoungGoGetter.com explains the business lessons he’s learned from his eight year old son:
    • An Ability To Forget Bad Things
    • Determination
    • Creativity
    • Loyalty

  • Seth Godin warns us not to trust our own instincts too much. Everybody is different when it comes to persuasion.

  • PureVC discusses the role of trust and promises in causing the recent turmoil in the economy: When Things Have No Worth.

  • Pequot Ventures, a leading NYC venture capital firm, today announced that it is spinning off from Pequot Capital, to form FirstMark Capital in June 2008.

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