There are a lot of people running around these days calling themselves “entrepreneurs”. However, I’ve discovered a few fool-proof ways to quickly see the differences between successful entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs–or people who want to start a business, but who actually aren’t going to take action and create a real business.


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Written by mallaharidat
535 days ago

There are some powerful concepts in this article! In particular the first one, #1 Be Willing to Learn Anything. I actually think this title doesn't fully capture everything you share her. Because it's not just be willing to learn anything. It's be willing to learn what's HARD! The reason people don't build the prototypes or start the website is because it takes discipline to sit down and do the stuff you don't like. But if you don't have some sense of how it all works...you'll never be able to give direction to someone who can take over the project for you. So you'll spend thousands for your lack of knowledge.

Keep this good info coming!! Very valuable indeed.



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