3 myths about keeping your startup a secret

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This post originally appeared on the Clarity.fm blog and has been republished with permission. “Transparency” has become a buzzword in the startup world. Many companies are sharing things previously deemed top secret—their web traffic sources, employee compensation, and project management processes. This is great. It allows those in the startup world to build a community, help each other, and ultimately make more companies successful. Even so, there are many leaders that believe this sort of sharing could drag them down. When I was a student entrepreneur, I was always worried that leaking my company secrets would put us at risk....



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