Why you should know that you don't know

05/2/2010 | Planning Startups Stories blog

In business plans -- and life in general -- there's no way to have all the answers, Tim Berry writes. You can be certain about current statistics, but almost everything else is subjective or likely to change. "If you respect uncertainty, you'll understand business and your customers better," he concludes.

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