[Guest Post] 5 Mistakes New Entrepreneurs Make During Their First Year
I recently published an article on Addicted2Success.com where I focus on five mistakes that new entrepreneurs usually make during their first year of business. I wanted to tell you about this post here, and if you like what you see, you may like to read the rest.
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Would you consider selling 500+ million books a success? Of course you would, and it takes a rather creative and smart individual to achieve it.
JK Rowling is one of the most successful and celebrated authors of all time, but before her Harry Potter series grew into a global phenomenon, 12 publishers rejected her. Even the world’s most successful people fail. They make mistakes and suffer setbacks.
Such adversity never ends, not even when you reach the top. But it’s during your early stages when you suffer the most, because you only know what you know. However, what if I told you there was a way to avoid many of the mistakes most people make. What if there was a way to avoid all that heartache, so you can fast-track yourself to the front of the line. There is, and it isn’t as hard as you might imagine.
The smartest thing any new entrepreneur can do is to learn from other people. Why make your own mistakes when you can learn from other peoples’? Why suffer, when they have already created a solution to turn such failure into success?
This is what I did when I interviewed 160+ successful people for my latest book, ‘The Successful Mistake’. I dove into their biggest mistakes so you don’t have to make them.
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