Entrepreneurship – Hits and misses book by Eunice Maina -Mburu
Hits and misses -Entrepreneurship book by Eunice Maina -Mburu
Diary of a kenyan and african entrepreneur.
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Hits and misses -Entrepreneurship book by Eunice Maina -Mburu.
Diary of a kenyan and african entrepreneur.The journey of an entrepreneur is full of perils but you already know that.
However it is taboo to share the specifics. It is not nice to let people see the scars. and forget about telling your story especially the guts of teh matter the blood the sweat and tears. apparently no one cares but you do you its your story.
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