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Review: Fraser Doherty 48 Hour Start-Up

Review: Fraser Doherty 48 Hour Start-Up

The expectations that I had for this book were very much confounded. I had merely imagined it would include repetitive lectures, constant pep talks and obvious, boring guidelines in regards to starting your own business – how wrong was I? 

 

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