In today’s entrepreneurship, you are either succeeding or failing. Your business might be the next Apple, or it will be a dud. Being an Educated, Experienced, Creative Professional (EECP) is not enough to survive a start-up. While there is a kind of rapid growth in the entrepreneur’s dream, it also creates problems and requires the difficult transition from having a great idea to making it happen. What will help you is to take a small, “smart step” toward starting a business and achieving your goals.
As such, a real-life success story can help you feel motivated into starting a business and subsequently surviving the struggles of a start-up. The following article details the ups and downs of the start-up, much like a rollercoaster ride, you can be prepared and also enjoy the ride.
Here are the hard-won lessons from INC Magazine for start-up survival that are worth more than a read—you might actually want to print them out.
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