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LinkedIn Asked People to Give Advice to Their 20-Year-Old Selves. The Same Lesson Came Up Again and Again

Thanks to the likes of Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, there is an idea out there that the young are more likely to build ground-breaking businesses. They are full of energy, untainted by cynicism, and generally unencumbered by responsibilities.

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Top Inc.com columnist/ Editor/ Ghostwriter. Book lover. Travel fiend. Nap enthusiast. https://jessicastillman.com/

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