Sometimes we start up something and end up wishing why we didn't know some stuff when we started.
Other times we are bombarded with so much information, it's hard to pick out the most valuable. If you are to throw in some advice, what are the 3 important lessons in entrepreneurship you can pass on?
Millz FIRE WHO NEEDS TO BE FIRED
What of family members?
Do not make unnecessary excuses for actions you are suppose to take fast
Keep overhead low. You dont need to much fancy when starting up
Do not give up without a fight
1) The NEED is the most important part of your business, and you will have a very hard time setting aside your ego to determine if the "NEED" really exists.
2)Invest as little time and money into things as possible
3) Delegate tasks as soon as you can.