Why you shouldn't worry that competitors will steal your ideas

09/30/2010 | USA Today

Gladys Edmunds says she views her competitors as colleagues, but that doesn't mean she discusses business tactics with them. She emphasized that no two businesses are alike and that even if competitors steal ideas or strategies, the outcome will be different. "A successful entrepreneur builds a business on his or her own unique qualities -- not by worrying about the competition."

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