Here are a few featured tips for you (and I) from renowned entrepreneurs, Sara Blakely and Tim Ferris, to help on this start-up journey. Example: "...Embrace what you don't know, especially in the beginning."

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Written by tiffanycwright
88 days ago

Hi Heather,

I think both provide very good points. Sara's video was edited so it was more succinct. Tim took a more operational approach. I think you have to stay true to yourself and your vision and be receptive to help in all its many forms. I worked with a tech incubator once. When they interviewed candidates they focused on the "coachability" of the founder(s). There's a distinct difference between adhering to your dream and just being plain hard-headed! You can be so focused that you block out all opportunities that don't fit the profile. If so, you may miss something big!

Thanks for asking!



Written by HeatherStone
89 days ago

Hi Tiffany,

Think I liked the ideas from Sara Blakely the best. Especially, "differentiate yourself" and "Take a Polaroid picture of where you're going to be." What's your take, Tiffany? What do you think are the best ways to do this?



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