Making the leap from corporate life

09/22/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

Corporate employees spend most of their time prepping for a handful of big events, but "there is no such thing as a practice day when you're running your own company," Monica Tate-Maile writes. For entrepreneurs coming from a corporate setting, the sudden lack of structure can require some adjustments, she notes. In addition to coping with rejection and long hours, entrepreneurs need to learn to withstand the impulse to make rash strategic decisions, she writes.

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