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This article is by Paul Klein, the founder and president of Impakt. In 2001 I quit my job to become a social responsibility consultant. This turned out to be a very self-destructive move.
Mio Yokoi's insight:
I find it valuable to learn about the experience of other entrepreneurs to apply to my practice building knowledge. While not everything Klein shares in his article is relevant to our work, he definitely provides some very useful insights.
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