Posts Tagged ‘failure’

If You Risk Nothing, You Risk Everything

Ross | May 16th, 2013

People fear many things. The fear of failure is perhaps one of the greatest and most dangerous fears. If you risk nothing, you risk everything.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective and Successful Entrepreneurs

Ross | September 12th, 2012

Some entrepreneurs invent only excuses, while other entrepreneurs are highly effective and successful. Success and failure doesn’t happen by chance. Highly effective and successful entrepreneurs share common habits. Here are seven habits of highly effective and successful entrepreneurs (plus a bonus at the end): 1. Measure progress. It’s very difficult to succeed unless you are […]

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Not Every Failure Is A Learning Experience

Ross | June 2nd, 2010

Many entrepreneurs and investors – especially in Silicon Valley – believe that failure is acceptable. Mark Suster writes: I prefer second time (or more) entrepreneurs. Sure, I would love to work with people who have had multiple successes. But I’m not afraid of entrepreneurs that didn’t succeed the first time. I want to work with […]

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Fessing Up To Our Mistakes

Ross | May 7th, 2009

We started working on crowdSPRING in the summer of 2006. We incorporated the company in May 2007 and launched the crowdSPRING marketplace in May 2008. We’ve learned many important lessons along the way. In some ways, our experience is typical of other start-ups. In other ways, it is not. I want to share some of […]

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