It may be ten customers a day, a week, a month or a year, depending on your business model. But ten customers is all you need for your business to prosper. And it's a lot easier to focus on ten in a sincere, reasonable way than it is to focus on a nameless, faceless mass of hundreds or thousands of imaginary customers.
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