Entrepreneurship is hard. If you want to be a good entrepreneur, you have to deal with tough questions about finances, people and business. You need a big idea, a sales strategy and a potential for growth. These answers and solutions won't just fall in your lap, either. You have to work for them.
That's why many entrepreneurs burn out and quit -- especially perfectionists or pessimists who can never be satisfied.
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David discusses his tips and tricks for avoiding burnout in your startup, because he's been where you are. He knows how hard it is to persevere through periods of stilted growth of financial difficulties. He also knows how important it is to keep going.
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