What is the most important advice I would give to first time entrepreneurs?
Answer: Well, do things! Build stuff
I got a question today: what is the number one piece of advice you would give to first-time entrepreneurs?
I think that the best thing that you can do as a first-time entrepreneur is… “Don’t stop!” don’t stop doing things, you know.
I mean, you’re so early in the game, you’re so early in the product, you’re so early in your experiences as an entrepreneur that what you need to do is just DO THINGS!
I’m sure you’ve read a lot about entrepreneurship, i’m sure you’ve read a lot about startups, so you have all the information that you need.
What you need to do is move forward. Constantly, without stopping.
You’ll learn a lot more about your business, about what you’re capable of from doing stuff instead of asking what you should do, instead of reading about what you should do.
So, if you want to have the piece of software that serves a specific audience, just build the first version of that software and go send it to the audience. And you’ll see what comes next.
Because otherwise you’ll be really good at knowing what you SHOULD do, but you’ll have no information about what works.
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