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Well, it's fine that the author gives many examples of what he feels are not advantages. But he doesn't give a single example of what he feels are solid competitive advantages. Left me feeling disappointed.

P.S. Next week I'll talk about what are real competitive advantages.

Which I suppose makes sense, as it's supposed to be part of a series.

And eager to stay tuned for next week's exciting installment!

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