Predicting Start-Up Success
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Here's the money paragraph for me:
Smaller companies not only bred more entrepreneurs, but also bred more successful business owners — with some caveats. For financial performance, the larger the previous employer, the lower the entrepreneurial income. However, if the entrepreneur was a sole proprietor and had only himself on the payroll, the previous employer size had no effect.
If you want to start a company, work for a small company.
And work hard to understand all aspects of starting and running a business.