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Nº31 – Cycling, Startups & Sales

Uncertainty can be scary or inspiring.  Some people thrive on it out the gate and other need some pra
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Nº31 – Cycling, Startups & Sales
By Jon Woodroof • Issue #31 • View online
Uncertainty can be scary or inspiring. 
Some people thrive on it out the gate and other need some practice. I can easily say my time in The Netherlands has been some of the most uncertain in my life. It wasn’t until I started this company that I could really start to place bets with confidence. Now I know what I need to do every day to advance the future of the company. It is up to me and my team. There is no luck there.
Knowing that its up to you to #dropinordropout is a special kind of certainty even when the outcome is unknown. I hope that most of you ready can relate to that idea. I hope that you, too, are inspired by uncertainty.
As always, thanks for reading!

Cycling
"It tests how far we can go with the print and questions what cycle wear should look like.”
"It tests how far we can go with the print and questions what cycle wear should look like.”
How I Finally Stopped Saying Sorry - Syd Schulz
Berlin Six Day: Monster thighs: When cycling gets scary - CNN.com
Startups
HerSaga
The World's Most Innovative Companies by Sector | Fast Company
Sales
Content Strategy by Matt | Professional content strategist
Radness
Thanks for sharing this one @basrotgans!
Thanks for sharing this one @basrotgans!
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