What you can learn from the serial entrepreneurs

02/27/2012 | Harvard Business Review

Don't let fear of the unknown stop you from acting on your ideas, Leonard A. Schlesinger, Charles F. Kiefer and Paul B. Brown write. Follow the behavior of serial entrepreneurs, who are often willing to get started on projects before determining concrete goals or finding perfect solutions to possible problems, they write. "The point is that successful entrepreneurs don’t just 'think different.' They translate that thinking into immediate action, often eschewing or ignoring analysis."

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