Startups and Entrepreneurship A Series Of Unfortunate Events: How Entrepreneurs Can Endure Ongoing Disappointment Who it’s from: Chris Myers via Forbes What it is: Steps to take to break through the chains of disappointment as an entrepreneur. Why we like it: It’s unrealistic to assume entrepreneurs won’t face disappointment, but
Startups and Entrepreneurship 10 Regrets Most Entrepreneurs Eventually Face Who it’s from: Debra Cupitt via OneTen What it is: A roundup of common regrets most entrepreneurs face. Why we like it: It’s important for entrepreneurs to receive mentorship and guidance throughout their startup – take advice from resources like these!
So far we’ve covered three fatal mistakes cross-cultural entrepreneurs commonly make. In case you missed them, the first post covered the failure to assemble a team and the failure to find a mentor or coach. The second post covered the failure to be cross-culturally prepared. This final post in the
Last time we examined two fatal mistakes cross-cultural entrepreneurs often make. We looked at the importance of having a strong startup team with you, and how the failure to place the right people around you is a doomsday call for your business. We also looked at the importance of having
Many a sports leader, military hero, or young entrepreneur has demonstrated the oft-quoted statement of Benjamin Franklin, Failure to prepare is preparing to fail. And it is true in the social enterprise business endeavors of today. Many cross-cultural entrepreneurs have effectively prepared themselves to fail. [bctt tweet="Many cross-cultural entrepreneurs have