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The Difference Between Competitive and Obsessive People in Pursuing Projects
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Tyler Cowen explains in a podcast the difference between competitive and obsessive people in pursuing projects, where competitive people look to make money and obsessive people focus on ideas that will have an impact. Cowen also emphasizes the significance of charisma in leadership positions and advises against hiring toxic people.

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