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No. 1 mistake: Ignoring one or more of the fundamentals
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OnRelay, Telecom over IP @ Telenor
I want to change the world.
In Europe, the most frustrating part of entrepreneurship is the pervasive attitude in business that the passing of time doesn't matter -- combined with a general risk aversion against doing business with startups. It has been rewarding to experience that Silicon Valley is indeed different.
Ignoring one or more of the fundamentals wrt demand, market size, differentiation, business model, or team.
1) Don't start too early
2) Don't quit too early
3) Don't scale too early
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