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Leadership is the art of motivating people to act towards a common goal. Leadership is one of the most important skills a startup founder need to learn to grow his or her startup. Success is the result of brilliant ideas by the founders but also excellent implementation by the people who work for them. Leaders know how to move people in the right direction for success.

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