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9/23/2013 08:20 AM EDT

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rick merritt
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rick merritt   9/23/2013 12:02:52 PM
I soooo appreciate startup CEOs who are candid sources of what's really going on. They earn cred as industry spokespeople and thought leaders.

BTW, I am also tired of hearing people say they are "excited" about their new product, initiative, event, etc. The subtext is we want to get people exceited about our xyz. Another manipulation!

BTW, great headline!

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