January 21, 2011
No.1 mistake: Entrepreneurs underestimate how long it's going to get to market...
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No. 1 mistake: Putting too much expectation into things
No.1 mistake: Not validating a business model by getting customers to pay before a product is built
No. 1 mistake: When an entrepreneur doesn't build for "normal" people
No. 1 mistake: Lack of focus
No. 1 mistake: They focus on the idea rather than on the people, execution, or market
No. 1 mistake: Being naive about the time, money, and resources needed to get things done
No. 1 mistake: Giving up too early. Perseverance is the most important trait for entrepreneurs
No. 1 mistake: Lack of focus. Always too much to do and too little time...
No. 1 mistake: Hiring badly
No. 1 mistake: Not being persistent enough and not hiring well and/or hiring too fast
No. 1 mistake: Aggressively publicizing (PR) their business before the business is ready to deliver
No. 1 mistake: Giving up. Perseverance is an entrepreneur's best trait.
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