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alterpreneur

alterpreneur
 n.— «Instead many were motivated by a lifestyle change—60% said they went into business in order to get more control over their lives and 54% said they did so in order to be happier. To describe these people More Than has coined the term “alterpreneurs.”» —“Entrepreneurs seek life control over money” by Hilary Osborne Guardian (U.K.) May 16, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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