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Four Hard-Won Lessons From My Early Years As An Entrepreneur

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016


If you’re thinking of starting your own business, here are some painful lessons that made an entrepreneur wiser going forward.  One of the best tips in there lies in our belief that products have to be perfect when they head out.  He says that’s not the case:

Like many startup founders, I’ve always been a perfectionist, so I spent way too much time on my first product than I needed to. Later on, I realized I’d wasted a lot of time and money again, plus lost the opportunity to start making money sooner. I had no idea that people don’t mind if a product isn’t perfect—or that getting their feedback is how you learn how to make it better.

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via https://www.fastcompany.com/3064153/lessons-learned/four-hard-won-lessons-from-my-early-years-as-an-entrepreneur

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