If Twitter was acquired for 44 billion dollars and it was nowhere near a perfectly conceived asset, what makes you think that anything worth spending significantly less money on would be any different? Don’t lose sight of the big prize because the minor details fail to meet your glossy expectations.
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If the acquisition and post-acquisition of Twitter weren’t enough to calm your fear over taking a big risk, then perhaps entering the world’s volatile business landscape may not be such a good idea after all.