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Teenpreneurship lesson 6

Lessons I learned:

  1. Train your mind to do difficult things. It is important to learn to do hard things now so you get used to it and it doesn’t become overwhelming later on.
  2. Go all in. You need to understand that being an entrepreneur is extremely challenging and it can have a huge impact on you and your relationships. Once you start, don’t ever give up.
  3. Learn from your mistakes. Keep improving your product. Don’t get disheartened by ‘no’s. They will help understand your flaws and will take the product one step closer to success.
  4. Every day will be uncertain. Get used to it.
  5. Learning to communicate efficiently is crucial.
  6. Start your pitch with Why. Why do you want to do it?
  7. An MVP is the simplest idea to represent your product.
  8. Start with a base and make sure each improved prototype is independently useful.



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