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How to Not Fail as an Entrepreneur (Even Though Almost Everyone Does)

Entrepreneurs don’t fail because their business-plan arithmetic is wrong. They don’t fail because they try to sell a product that no one wants to buy. They fail for the same reason speaker Mark Chussil, expert in competitive strategy, failed in one of the businesses he launched: because it takes sober effort to think strategically, and entrepreneurs are not sober. They are giddy with the capitalist dream; they believe they can make it happen.

That sounds like garden-variety overconfidence. The bad news: it’s worse than that. The good news: you can do better. The great news: it’s free, and it doesn’t hurt.

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Key Takeaways:

  • How due diligence, great expectations, and “just do it” enthusiasm can lead you astray.

  • How anticipating failure helps you avoid failure.

  • What research tells us about the wisdom of crowds (popular strategies) versus the genius of loners (disruption).

  • How professional managers (MBAs like Chussil) can ruin a good thing.

Cost: $19.00

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