Ten Common Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Minnesota Journal of Business Law and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 1, pp. 2-12, 2002
11 Pages Posted: 1 Jul 2015
Date Written: 2002
What if I fail? That is undoubtedly the biggest question on your mind as you establish your own business. As an entrepreneur, you are excited about your new business venture. You also know the possibility of failure looms. Given the time, money and effort that it takes to start a business, not to mention the high rates of small business failure, it is a wonder that anyone ventures out on their own. It is monumentally challenging to convince prospective investors and lenders that your idea is worthy of the risk they will take while you have your own questions about the business' viability. Despite these obstacles, you, like most entrepreneurs, will have no problem developing your business, getting excited about its prospects, and sharing your excitement with others.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship, Mistakes
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