STARTUPS: Running a startup can be a pretty scary place to be - not least when not doing particularly well in the medium to long term becomes a reality. Travel startups, in particular, are prone to hanging on by the tips of their fingers without realising the future is going to be bleak. Read more on Techrepublic.
No one thinks their own baby is ugly. When it comes to assessing the health of your startup, you will likely approach it with a bias.
This is especially true when it comes to knowing when to admit defeat and pull the plug on your startup.
A big part of being a successful entrepreneur is not being afraid of failure.
Often, though, the concept of not being afraid to fail is used to mask a refusal to believe that you can, indeed, actually fail.
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