9 Life Lessons for Every Entrepreneur


Here’s a set of simple rules to live and work by–from a very unexpected source.

 

 

Gordon Dean was an American lawyer and prosecutor whose distinguished career was fairly typical for Washington types. He went to work for the Justice Department under President Franklin Roosevelt, and taught in the law schools at Duke University and the University of Southern California. He was appointed one of the original commissioners of the Atomic Energy Commission in 1949 by President Harry Truman, eventually becoming its chairman from 1950 to 1953.

In short, he’s hardly the usual suspect to offer entrepreneurs advice in 2012. Stick with me.

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