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Being an entrepreneur is almost never about the business you’re in.
The following is a guest post from the Blog Content Guild.
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When adults think about starting a business, they worry about loans and other terrifying prospects that often stop them from following their dreams.
“The novelty has worn off,” says Kevin Burke, managing partner of Trinity Capital LLC, a Los Angeles investment banking firm that often works in the restaurant industry.
Had Julie Ganong and Alan Mons not both been laid off in 2008, the couple might not be making whoopie right now.
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