Check out Jay Goltz’s new post at the New York Times’s “You’re the Boss” blog. Although many entrepreneurs figure out creative ways to get their startups launched, missteps along the way can sink those recently launched ships.
Many people who start businesses, including me, have little or no experience and just jump in. Over the years, I have compared notes with many fellow entrepreneurs, and I have seen them make the same mistakes over and over again — I recognize them because I have made them all, too.
Mistakes include not shopping around for a capable bank/lending institution and thinking you’re an authority on advertising.
There are plenty more savvy tips – 8 more, in fact – and they’re all worth considering.
To read about all the things you SHOULDN’T do, visit: http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/05/09/the-top-10-rookie-mistakes-in-entrepreneurship/