They say the best teacher is experience. My father always told me to learn from my mistakes but preferably someone else’s so you don’t have to repeat them. In my Fox News article “The start-up environment is my favorite place to make a living — here’s how to succeed in it” I highlight three costly business mistakes to avoid. Unfortunately, I have first hand knowledge in all three so my experience factor is high. I trust you learn from my mistakes and find this article helpful whether you are starting your company or leading in any capacity in the business world right now.
What advice would you give someone in a start-up? Are there any pitfalls to avoid that you would add to the list? Even more important, what have been some of the best decisions you made in your business? Please share them below.