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Like a Toddler Hitting a Tee-Ball, an Entrepreneur Will Fail Without Focusing on First-Things-First

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David of Valuetainment says that If you're just starting out as an entrepreneur, you are basically a toddler first learning how to hit the ball in tee-ball. In business terms, that's called front end -- dealing with offensive plays like sales strategies first and foremost rather than back-end details like how to make deliveries faster.

"There is no business without front end that survives," he says.

Watch and learn for more. 

Related: Batting Practice Is Great, But Getting At Bat in a Game is Way More Important

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