You cannot predict the waves, so you also need to be totally ready to make mistakesRead more...
No. 1 mistake: Fail to adapt and give up too quickly
Vator's community is the home of entrepreneurs who embrace their passion and follow their dreams.
Our newly-designed profiles allow members to express themselves by sharing their interests, lessons learned, as well as bits and pieces of their roller-coaster journey.
These profiles give entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase themselves and tell their story.
So if you are an entrepreneur, a serial entrepreneur, or even an aspiring entreprenener, we'd like to hear from you.
I Am: An Entrepreneur
Experthub (acquired by Internet Brands), Telephia (acquired by AC Nielsen)
I love eating Ramen.
Working on a shoestring budget without a lot of resources is the most frustrating thing about entrepreneurship. However, the people that you work with, the lessons that you learn, and the hope of success makes it all worthwhile.
Fail to adapt (or pivot, as it is so famously called now) and give up too quickly.
- It is all about execution.
- Persistence pays. If it aint working, adapt.
- Learn from your competitors. If they are doing better than you, it is for a reason.
Support VatorNews by Donating
Read more from our "Today's Entrepreneur" series
"A great idea is worthless until it’s acted upon – simply put, ideas are cheap, execution is not"Read more...
The best lesson I’ve learned is to be humble and curious, and know that you know absolutely nothingRead more...
Related Companies, Investors, and Entrepreneurs
Joined Vator on
ifood.tv is a place to make friends, chat about food, learn about cooking traditions and satisfy your culinary curiosity. Originally founded by a couple of foodies, we’ve now grown into a site with over 5 million unique visitors a month coming from 227 different countries! On ifood.tv, you can browse our vast collection of recipes videos, get helpful tips from blogs and how-to guides, find other users with similar culinary tastes, and seek answers to your burning questions.