Silly Enough to Try Again?

Serial entrepreneurs push themselves to start new ventures over and over again. So what do they know that we don't?

Lawrence Gelburd remembers the exact moment he realized it was time to cut loose from the high-tech company he had helped found nearly 10 years earlier. It was during a staff meeting, and for the first time he had heard an employee say, "That's not my department."

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