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Critical Thinking for Potential Entrepreneurs

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  Class Notes Using Sound Judgement The ability to reason well, to question and confirm the validity of information or data is a key skill at lacking in many entrepreneurs and business school graduates. Some experts believe that there is … Continue reading

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How a Whale Sank Writer’s Career

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  Herman Melville’s inspiration for Moby Dick was based in part on the real-life story of the New England whaling ship, Essex. Melville had written several successful novels and was considered a rising star when he submitted Moby Dick to … Continue reading

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Spark of Inspiration

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Finding Cues Heyer & Khan Academy Georgette Heyer had her first novel published at 19 years of age in 1921. She’s considered a pioneer in historical and Regency Romance. More than eight decades later, Salman Khan started an Internet tutoring … Continue reading

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