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  • Yes, I have heard and read about those mistakes on media and news paper. Thanks for sharing this information. Its a kind of eye opener to all the entrepreneurs.

  • Alicia Scott

    I started a retail clothing business out front of my house, using an E-Z up instant shelter as my building, financial start-up of approximately $500. I first I was doing well then something happened I don’t know business slowed at a pace I don’t seem to know how to pick up. I eventually want to have a store front business one day but I can’t seem to find the solution to picking my business back up. It hasn’t been a year yet and through my business studies and reading BE I know there is a way out of this slump. Now after reading the mistakes I have more motivation to keep it moving and possibly try some of the suggestions and don’t do some of the mistakes, again.

  • Slide #6.Failing to see new opportunities: is a great one. Often a fresh set of eyes can spot opportunities missed by people who have been staring too long. It’s part of the reason why immigrants do well.
    To combat this problem, partner or consult with people who have an outsider’s perspective.

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