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No. 1 mistake: Focusing too much on networking, instead of building the product/company
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I am a(n):
Companies I've founded or co-founded:
Startups I worked for:
If you are an entrepreneur, why?
Serendipitously fell into it...
My favorite startups:
Instagram, Pinterest, Square, Ayloo.net, Counterless
What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?
Building a great, polished product is definitely the most frustrating and rewarding part of being an entrepreneur.
What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?
Focusing too much on networking, instead of building an awesome product/company.
What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?
1. An idea alone isn't worth much.
2. Someone has or is already trying to do what you're doing. (You're not a unique snowflake)
3. You don't have to be in San Francisco.
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