12 Mistakes I Made My First Year as an Entrepreneur
Today I want to talk to you about the dumbest mistakes I made my first year as an entrepreneur.
As I was making a list of all of the dumb mistakes I made, I realized that this episode could have lasted six, seven, or even eight hours, but instead of covering all of them, I’ll just share the 12 dumbest mistakes I made my first year as an entrepreneur.
#1: I Almost Quit – 0:22
#2: Trying to Become CEO Too Early – 0:49
#3 Trying to Take Advice from Too Many People – 3:16
#4: Not Knowing How to Ask for Advice – 5:22
#5: Forcing Vs. Influencing – 7:08
#6: Living the Dream Too Early – 8:21
#7 Trying to Sell Too Many Products as an Entrepreneur – 9:54
#8 Thinking I Knew it All – 14:01
#9: Partying Too Hard – 16:07
#10: Acting Like a Boss Instead of an Employee – 18:49
#11: Not Having a Schedule – 20:16
#12: Not Knowing the Value of a Business Plan – 20:59
Those were the 12 dumbest mistakes I made — there were a lot more! Comment at the bottom to let me know the biggest mistakes you’ve made, and if you haven’t already done so, be sure to subscribe.
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