7 Important Things About Entrepreneurship They Didn’t Teach You in School
Larry Kim
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Love this Larry! As an entrepreneur with several failed/half-successful businesses behind me, it pays dividends to have the humility to look yourself in the eye and say 'yeah, that didn’t go so well, BUT I learned X, Y, and Z.' Regular reflection through meditation and/or journaling helps those lessons sink in faster. A good mentor to keep you accountable can be valuable as well. Just throwing my two cents out there for any aspiring entrepreneurs who read this far.