It’s not pleasant talking about failure. But if you want to start something you love, something that matters or to build a side income you have to be dead honest with yourself.
An article recently gave a brutally honest account of 33 start-ups that died and what the founders gave as explanations for the failure. This was straight-talking honesty that didn’t pull any punches. The reasons for failure are warnings for anyone who wants to come up with a new business idea and turn it into a product or service. Continue reading “How do you stare reality in the face and admit your mistakes (before the sheriff rocks up to collect and sell your motor vehicle, furniture and property)?”