At 08:37 PM 01/29/2001, Denis Bider wrote:
>I think a good way forward is to devote a substantial amount of resources
>into trying to figure out what to do next *before* you have everything set
>up nice and correctly, because knowledge of what comes next might render
>your current knowledge obsolete.
I agree with this. I've found it's always a good idea to have plans for
several contingencies and never insist on perfection at any stage. In
working as a consultant for people who had small businesses or who wanted
to start their own businesses, the greatest difference I found between
people who actually did it and people who merely dreamed was this: the
people who merely dreamed tended to get stuck too long in the planning
stage and to keep waiting for exactly the right situation, whereas people
who actually ended up starting businesses were willing to take risks and
live with uncertainty.
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