There’s a game of power between you and your potential client.

The client needs you as much as you need the client. It’s a game, and you’re probably losing.

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Talent, that's the word all large organizations are worshiping nowadays. If a company wants success in the upcoming 5 to 10 years, they have to acquire the best of the best. If they don't, someone else will. The one unspoken lesson that all successful organizations…

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Business Consultant | Blockchain & Machine Learning-Focused | Zurich, Switzerland | www.alanany.com

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Al Anany

Al Anany

Business Consultant | Blockchain & Machine Learning-Focused | Zurich, Switzerland | www.alanany.com

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