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Be Confident, But Not Blind

Susan Koger, ModCloth

While acknowledging that entrepreneurs must at times “fake it until you make it” in order to convince investors and others that a venture can succeed, ModCloth Co-Founder Susan Koger says that constantly pretending to be competent or optimistic can inhibit you from showing enough vulnerability to question convention and discover new opportunities.