Entrepreneurship is moving at a breakneck speed to keep ahead of the curve and create without getting overtaken by your nearest competitor. If you aren't learning the market your business serves and the intricacies of it's consumers quickly, then you'll never keep up with their needs.
Anders Thue Pedersen experienced that outpacing while he was building his last business, TimeBlock. Learn how changed his mindset to a constant state of curiosity and how he is applying that framework to his new product, Mælt.co.
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