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    Gharabegian said that most of the feedback he received while developing Sunflower was well intentioned but missed the mark. Like many entrepreneurs, he got used to hearing that his "timing was off," "the market was terrible" or his idea simply "wasn't practical." While it's always satisfying to prove the naysayers wrong , Gharabegian knew that not all this feedback was irrelevant or off base. So, his challenge was to distinguish the pearls of wisdom from the background noise.

    "We are more connected to information today than we ever have been," Gharabegian said. "Sometimes, information bogs down your process and strategy, because you get locked into a particular cycle. In order to think outside of the box, you have to think of ways to come up with solutions without necessarily being affected by the norm."

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    Struggling to synthesize feedback for your own startup? Keep the following in mind:

    Track, record and organize. Put processes in place to track your feedback. Log the conversation date, name of the person you spoke with and what advice was offered. Categorize feedback (e.g. fundraising, product development, marketing, leadership, growth strategy, etc.) to make it easier to review at a later date.

    After all, a piece of advice might not be relevant now but could have a huge impact six or 12 months down the line, depending on your product cycle and company growth. Look for patterns: Are investors consistently concerned about the same problem? That doesn't mean you need to change course; but you may need to shift your communication strategy to ensure you address this concern in future pitches.

    Carve out personal time to reflect. It's hard to "listen to your gut" if you're so busy that you don't know what your gut is saying! Gharabegian called himself a firm believer in carving out personal time to think , be that a morning bike ride, a midday yoga class or simply a walk around the block when things get hectic.

    "In today's climate, we don't realize how much time is wasted in dealing with day-to-day correspondence," says Gharabegian. "Taking time for yourself allows you to clear your mind and step away from distractions."

    Watch out for echo chambers. Living inside a "founder's bubble" where nothing ever goes wrong can be just as pernicious as listening to naysayers. While naysayers convince you that your idea will never work, a founder's bubble is different: You become so convinced that your way is the right way that you can't see the obvious problems. The solution: Surround yourself with a team that believes in your vision but whose members aren't afraid to speak up or challenge your direction.

    "To be successful, you need to focus on working smart as well as working hard," said Gharabegian. "Working smart means building a team that believes in your vision and complements your skillset. One of the greatest lessons I learned early on as an entrepreneur was to choose [my] partners wisely. They need to align with your vision and believe in you and your goal. Nothing is more time consuming than trying to defend your ideas when you believe in them and your partners don't."

    Wray stood behind the intelligence agencies' assessment that Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election, dismissing Russian President Vladimir Putin's claim that his country was not involved.

    "He's got his view. I can tell you what my view is," Wray said at the opening event of the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado. "The intelligence community's view has not changed. My view has not changed."

    Wray spoke after a day of controversy in Washington over whether President Donald Trump accepts the intelligence agencies' assessment and whether he believes Moscow is continuing to try to influence American elections or threaten the nation's infrastructure.

    Wray also dismissed Putin's offer to allow the U.S. access to 12 Russian military intelligence officers who have been indicted on charges of interfering in the election in return for being able to interview Americans the Kremlin has accused of unspecified crimes.

    The White House said it was under consideration. Wray dismissed the offer.

    "I never want to say never about anything," Wray said, "but it's certainly not high on our list of investigative techniques."

    Much of the conversation with Wray, which was moderated by NBC's Lester Holt, focused on Russia.

    "Russia continues to engage in malign influence operations to this day," Wray said.

    He said that while U.S. officials have not yet seen an effort by Russia to target specific election systems, it is aggressively engaged in influence operations to sow discord and divisiveness in America. "To me, it's a threat that we need to take very serious and respond to with fierce determination," Wray said.

    White House, State at odds over Putin's interview proposal

    The White House and the State Department are at odds over Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to allow the U.S. access to Russians accused of election meddling in return for interviews of Americans accused by the Kremlin of unspecified crimes.

    He said the Russians identify divisive issues, and through covert and overt operations, fake news and propaganda, they "spin people up on both sides of an issue and then kind of watch us go after each other."

    Russia isn't the only country threatening the U.S., Wray said.

    He said he thinks China, from a counterintelligence perspective, represents the broadest and most significant threat America faces. China wants to replace the United States as the most powerful economic engine in the world and is infiltrating American businesses to get an edge.

    "We have economic espionage investigations in all 50 states" that can be traced back to China, Wray said. "It covers everything from corn seeds in Iowa to wind turbines in Massachusetts and everything in between.

    "The volume of it. The pervasiveness of it. The significance of it is something that I think this country cannot underestimate."

    Trump talks tougher, now says he warned Putin on meddling

    WASHINGTON (AP) — His toughness with Vladimir Putin in question, President Donald Trump declared on Wednesday he had told the Russian leader face to face to stay out of America's elections "and that's the way it's going to be." A few hours earlier, Trump had answered "no" when asked if the longtime U.S. foe was still targeting American elections....

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