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Jay Amargos Leaves Startup Junkie To Start Small Business

Jay Amargos Leaves Startup Junkie To Start Small Business
Jay Amargos

Jay Amargos has left Startup Junkie Consulting of Fayetteville to run her own meditation studio.
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NLR Bowling Project Rolls Out $2.3M Sale (Real Deals)

Millennium Bowl of Little Rock LLC, led by Anil Nayar, Aziz Pabani, Akbar Pabani and Kairunnisa Khan, bought its namesake project at 7200 Counts Massie Road. The seller is Millennium Bowl Inc., led by James Moore.
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Play Your Own Game (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

You need to play your own game. Don't let the decisions others are making be more than data points in the mix when making your own decisions, because they aren't working with the exact same factors.
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