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The Personality Trait Shared by Successful Startup Founders

And how to spot it in the people you meet

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EEvery week I receive 10 to 15 pitch decks in my inbox. Being a seed investor, I often need to decide whether or not to bet on a founder based on very little information and, sometimes, nonexistent past performance.




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Armando Romeo

Armando Romeo

Global Entrepreneur | Investor | A successful exit in Cybersecurity | Helping founders grow their startup and exit.

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