Entrepreneurs, and those who work at startups, are a special part of the workforce.
They embrace innovation and disruption.They live on the edge, and, at times, chase the latest shiny object. But their willingness to fail and try something new often enable them to make a big difference.
The Vator community is made up of these unique people. To that end, we've changed our user profiles to allow entrepreneurs to express their interests and lessons about entrepreneurship.
These profiles will allow us to highlight an entrepreneur every day.
Today's entrepreneur is Andy Kurtzig.
Doing everything. It's one of my favorite parts (I get to be involved in lots of things and learn a broad set of skills) and my least favorite (I can't always do my favorite things and/or the things I'm best at.)
Aggressively publicizing (PR) their business before the business is ready to deliver.
What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?
1. Focus (mostly on the customer)