5 Stages of Grief after a Failed Social Enterprise


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Dan Morrison, of The Guardian, speaks about the five stages of grief after a failed social enterprise, and how to cope and recover motivation to be willing to start all over again.

Morrison, as he claims, was working through what he calls the five stages of a failed entrepreneur's grief - denial, blame, self-flagellation, learning, and picking yourself up and starting again.


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