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Three Lessons About What It Means to Be an Entrepreneur - Wences Casares (Lemon Bank)
Date: 5/1/2007
Length: 6 minutes
Speaker(s): Wences Casares (Patagon, Lemon Bank and Bling Nation)
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: After taking a three year sailing trip to reflect on his experiences, Wences Cesares, Founder of Lemon Bank and Wanako Games, shares his three most important insights. Cesares counsels that 1) Entrepreneurship is a calling that
chooses us--it is inescapable, 2) Time is our most valuable asset and 3) Entrepreneurs create the most value by doing the same thing for a very long time.

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