Entrepreneurs often fail to move forward because they're stifled by perfectionism.
It's no secret that perfectionists tend to make the best entrepreneurs. But failing to lower your impossibly high standards down to reasonable levels can quickly send your business up in flames.
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Reputation will always matter and people will never want to pay for what they can't use, no matter how cool you think it is.
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Everyone's entrepreneurial journey is different, but the pitfalls are the same.
Leading disruption is a never-ending and iterative journey. You can't move forward if you keep waiting for perfection.
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To defeat perfectionism, you have to learn to spot when it's holding you back.
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Consider Dr. King's words: 'Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.'