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CEO inspires employees relating children's book to entrepreneur
Every year, James Reinhart, the co-founder and CEO of ThredUp, reads “Harold and the Purple Crayon” to his staff. In the book, a small boy with a big imagination creates a world of his own with a purple crayon. James talks about how Harold is really an entrepreneur and what small business owners can learn from his example.
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