Entrepreneurs, Don’t Learn These 8 Lessons The Hard Way

In this clip from our show ‘Believe’, we help you with “Money & Business.“

Entrepreneurs, Don’t Learn These 8 Lessons The Hard Way

• We all make mistakes, especially as young, first-time entrepreneurs, we tend to think we know what we’re doing since we’re often independent, free-thinkers.

• The key is in understanding when to push forward and when to pull back, when to dive and when to float on by. This is crucial and could mean life or death to your newly established business.

• Don’t make the same mistakes that so many other entrepreneurs have when you have the advantage they didn’t… Knowledge and wisdom from someone who’s already been there and back.

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  • Flap Jackson

    Advice from those who have come before is the greatest gift we have. I especially appreciate when people share their mistakes. Maybe then it’s something I won’t do. Wonderful segment. Thank you for the information.

  • Sena

    Great advice here! Getting enough information from the person who’s job you took over is crucial in feeling that you have done enough to enhance your information about the job enough to be able to fulfil it. Good segment!

  • Betsy

    I totally agree with Sena. Gathering information in a new position is critical. Whether the information comes from the person who you replaced or your boss or even other people that work there. I really love