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You can learn from even the most frustrating experiences.
Entrepreneurship can be a bumpy, even scary, ride that's often full of surprises.
This CEO explains why you should act on opportunities that come your way and never dwell on past mistakes.
This Entrepreneur contributor didn't always enjoy the hands-on way his parents raised him. But, "Looking back, it was the best thing that ever happened to me!"
Don't be a Scrooge!
The World War II battle, the longest ever fought by American troops, offers insights into exceptional performance under impossible pressure.
Start with an understanding that "the right people are worth everything."
Seriously, don't do that.
People who seem fearless are not. They're just experienced.
Without running calculated risks any success you achieve will be stunted.
The reality is that running a business de facto puts you in a leadership position, even if right now your only employee is you.
From performing under pressure to managing chaos, the military can teach an entrepreneur many things about running a business.
After 108 years of losing, the "Loveable Losers" finally broke the curse.
Not every startup is founded on self-serving generalizations and unsubstantiated hype but lots are.