How to fail productively

08/7/2013 | Forbes

Experiencing failure is a natural part of the entrepreneurial process, writes Martin Zwilling. But the trick is to transform failures into productive experiences. To do so, learn as you go, keep costs low, gather feedback and remain persistent, he writes. "Many experts believe that the primary cause of startup failure is not running out of money, but quitting too early," he writes.

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