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‘It’s always the same, fear’

It’s always the same, fear. First, it’s fear for viability in general. “Do I have a viable solution?” The second is the fear that you make the wrong investments. It’s a different kind of fear. This fear is a general fear of continuity. From my point of view, you always have a certain anxiety level regarding your business continuity. When everything goes well, this stays at a minimum level. Anxiety increases when there are problems in your customer base, or when you have an error or when you have to make new investments. This is another type of anxiety though. As time goes by you learn to cope with it more easily.

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Dr. Neil Thompson, Assistant Professor 

Department of Management & Organization

VU University, Amsterdam The Netherlands

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