Kill your darlings -- before they kill you

12/8/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

Most innovators are hampered by the sheer volume of ideas they want to bring to fruition, says venture capitalist Larry Cheng. Learning to discard good ideas in order to make the most of great ideas can be the difference between success and failure for new entrepreneurs, Cheng adds. "The biggest priority is to create priorities," he says. "It can kill a young company if you try and pursue too many ideas."

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