Why entrepreneurs have to act quickly

11/12/2013 | Forbes

Dillydallying will cost you if you have come up with a world-changing startup idea that solves a thorny problem, writes entrepreneur Andrew Vest. "In this fast-paced world, there's often a limited window of time when an idea is valid and useful. ... The important thing is to start," he writes.

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