The date of March 15 has long had a black eye reputation. William Shakespeare is largely to blame. He took the famous date when Julius Caesar was murdered, and turned it into the catchy phrase “Beware the Ides of March.” It’s a phrase that’s come to mean watch your back, don’t assume all is well , and check your ego. But its meaning is greater, especially for entrepreneurs on the rise . As March 15 approaches, it’s worth revisiting what it takes to go from successful entrepreneur to exceptional leader. Caesar too was a bold visionary and a strong, […]
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