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Achieving Grandiose Failure
Published: Feb 9, 2011 10:55 pm
Eric Ries built a startup that burned through $40 million in 5 years. He had great people around him, executing the plan to a “T”. His company failed spectacularly. Why did it fail? Eric pinned it down to “shadow beliefs”. I hinted at this earlier today in my article Execution is nothing without Potential. The video is a must watch, and if you have more time check out my article.
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