You Don't Need This Book: Entrepreneurship In The Connected Era

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Entrepreneurship in the Connected Era

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Ben McDougal evolves ideas into reality and accelerates others through the art of connection. You can read the full story, but this visualization highlights how Ben spends time within a diversified career portfolio.

In addition to work that feels like play, Ben says yes to adventure. He enjoys making nice things look nice, perceptual learning, golfing, EDM, finding the best view, caffeinated conversations without an agenda, and spending treasured time with his wife and daughter.

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