Stashed in: Founders, HBR, The Matrix, Harvard
Specifically interesting: Want to be an entrepreneur? part 1 and part 2
And yet, even after reading those, I'm struck by the line from The Matrix:
There's a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.
Entrepreneurship is a contact sport.
Interesting that you used a sports analogy given one of the other recent threads: http://pandawhale.com/convo/169/does-success-in-one-area-of-life-carry-over-to-others
Why do so many entrepreneurial origin stories involve garages?
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