Being an entrepreneur isn't about throwing caution to the wind when you launch a new business, it's about taking calculated risks, being aware of potential pitfalls, and being prepared to fail and learn from your mistakes. "Often, it helps to turn to the experience of others, to learn what lessons we can from their failures and cut the learning curve for ourselves," writes Larry Kim. To help you evaluate your own startup strategy, Kim shares here an infographic showing the top 20 reasons most startups fail so you can take steps to avoid the same fate.
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