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No. 1 mistake: Fail to adapt and give up too quickly
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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.
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