How to Start a Business

Why It's Okay to Be a Novice When Starting Your Business

You don't need to be an expert, you just need to be willing to learn.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner FounderMade offers an open conversation between two founders about how to start a business. Elizabeth Stein, founder of Purely Elizabeth, and GT Dave, founder of GT's Kombucha, talk about why it's okay not to know everything about your business when you get started, how to find a mentor and what sort of budget you need.

Dave says you don't need to try to conquer the world, just try to conquer your neighborhood, while Stein talks about the future of social media and entrepreneurship.

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Related: Stepping Away From Your Office -- Even for a Day -- Can Be Terrifying. Here's Why It's Also Necessary.

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