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This article is dedicated to the brave entrepreneurs who drive industry and seek to solve problems that others won’t. It is unanimously known that launching a venture will likely lead to hundreds or thousands of hours of problem solving, networking, prototyping, bootlegging, investigating, and idea pitching before a venture may prove to be fruitful. These combined tasks can lead to entrepreneurial burnout and

 

While entrepreneurship can yield fruitful outcomes, this is not normally the case until hundreds to thousands of hours of problem solving, networking, prototyping, bootlegging, investigating, and idea pitching are invested in to a venture. It is often times the case that these hours are put in by a single individual or small group. And the mounting pressure of building a successful company