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I wanted to ask a question about competitive advantages as it relates to professional success. In investing, the concept is well articulated. One widely recognized source of competitive advantage is the concept of economies of scale. The more units a firm sells, it’s fixed costs get spread across a greater number of units. This effect increases its profit margin allowing it to spend a higher amount than its competitors on advertising, R&D, etc. Just wondering if, in a similar fashion, you had thought about what are sources of competitive advantage as they relate to professional positioning/success?
Developing a logical framework for this, is an interest of mine, being that I’ve recently transitioned from graduating college to kicking off my career.
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