There are a lot of results in Google for Inspirational Entrepreneur movies, but they all listed pretty much the same movies...
On your deathbed, are you going to wish that you had spent more time at the office?
It seems like there are two directions an entrepeneur can take. One direction is to research a good market to enter, find a need, build a project, and hopefully make some money...
In the startup world, simplicity is the way to go. Do the minimally viable product! Unfortunately the minimally viable product that I'm chasing with Ctitch, seems to be, if I'm going to borrow a religious term, irriducibly complex...
There is a concept out there, which I think I agree with, that says to fail fast, and fail often. Basically try ideas out quickly, and if it doesn't look like it's going to work...
I was reading last night on Matt Haughley’s blog, on the advantages of growing slowly. When so much news is given to the huge payoffs that a small number of startups get, and the big news surrounding facebook, tumblr, twitter, etc..,
It would seem that the biggest detriment to becoming financially secure and independent is not having time to pursue it.
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