I’ve never met a stupid entrepreneur.
But being smart does not make an entrepreneur foolproof. And I’m talking foolish mistakes here — not the disasters I describe in earlier posts in this series of 13 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make, (Click on the Mistakes tab at the top of this page, then click on the 13 Mistakes . . . → Read More: Thirteen Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: #13 — The Dumbest Mistake
A CEO blew the chance for a Billion Dollar company by irrationality and sloppy business practices . . . → Read More: 13 Mistakes Entreprenures Make: #12 — Blowing A Billion
Top-Down Numbers Show You Haven’t Thought About Your Business . . . → Read More: 13 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: # 11 — Top-Down Numbers
Business Plans are not important but planning the business is key to survival . . . → Read More: 13 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: #10 — Who Needs a Business Plan?
Green-Light Assumptions; another example of unwarranted optimism . . . → Read More: 13 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: #6 — Green Light Assumptions
Optimism is Like Red Wine: A moderate amount is very good for you. . . . → Read More: 13 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: #4 — I Grew Up in Lake Woebegone