Why you should share ideas

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There’s a strong connection between the number of ideas you get and the number of ideas you’re willing to share. The more you share, the more you have. Folks who hide a “proprietary” idea? Often that’s the only idea they have. Sharing is good.


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4 responses to “Why you should share ideas”

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    Mary Cahalane

    I LOVE this! Seems right to me, too. Ideas need to breed.

  2. Mary Cahalane Avatar
    Mary Cahalane

    I LOVE this! Seems right to me, too. Ideas need to breed.

  3. Another reason why I am going to try daily blogging!

  4. Another reason why I am going to try daily blogging!

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