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First they ignore you, then laugh at you, then fight you, then finally they join you. As painful as it is being early and helping others see the light so to speak, assuming it’s light that you see, being early allows you to spot things and make a move, before the opportunity moves on. While often you’ll hear it’s about time in and not timing, and that’s true by the way, for a small sliver of people a small sliver of the time, being an early adopter can have rewards.

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