Top Startup Mistakes & Business Lessons Shared By Successful Founders
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Andrea Loubier of Mailbird: The Best Email Client for Windows
"I learned you have to test, get feedback early on and use data to improve the software, not assumptions. "
Author, Entrepreneur Julian Hosp: 25 Stories I Would Tell my Younger Self
"If you are not the hardest smart-working person you know, then you will not be successful. I hustle 15-16 hours a day. Full speed."
Sergio Torres, Co-Founder of Blackartel: A Global Curated Marketplace for Men
"It is important to have the right mentorship and support structures, someone that can provide you with an unattached, outside perspective, that is vital."
Meet Sean Bielat of BuildQuorum: Sending Messages to Representatives as Individuals
"An entrepreneur must be able to adapt to changing circumstances. Inevitably challenges will arise and achieving the entrepreneur’s vision will become difficult at points."
Martin Antonov of Fractal Games: Original Highly Addictive Puzzle Games
"I try to focus on the shortterm goals within the project itself, rather than the longterm growth. "
Meet Alex Del Toro, co-founder of the Bespoke Furniture Company Joybird
"You don’t need to be everything to everyone. It prevents you from being great to those that really matter."
Alon Rajic Founder of Finofin: Technology Driven Financial Content
"A startup should be very dynamic in order to succeed. Yesterday’s assumptions often get thrown out the window, when today’s data arrive."
Meet Falk Goosens of SecSign Technologies: Two Factor Authentication Provider
"I think the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur are: listening to your customers, focus, and determination."
William Yin Founder of ScentTrunk: Variety of Fragrances, Curated to Your Tastes
"I think a lot of entrepreneurs like to raise money because of the glory (I did too). It’s a mistake, though."
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