Monday, January 15, 2018

Special Guest Post: The Entrepreneur's Secret Weapon: Persistence (courtesy of The Art of


The Entrepreneur's SecretWeapon: Persistence

   For nearly a year with next to no luck, General Ulysses S. Grant tried to crack the defenses of Vicksburg, a city perched high on the cliffs of the Mississippi critical to the Confederacy’s stranglehold on the most important river in the United States. He tried attacking head-on. He tried to go around. He spent months digging a new canal that would change the course of the river. He blew the levees upstream and literally tried to float boats down into the city over flooded land. Read more


General Ulysses S. Grant

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