Most entrepreneurs are led to believe that successful business models prosper quickly and easily. However, in a study by Statistic Brain, "The failure rate of all US companies after five years was over 50 percent, and over 70 percent after 10 years."
Invaluable advice not just for college grads, but anyone thinking of pursuing entrepreneurship
It's that time of year again. Thousands of qualified college graduates are getting set to enter the workforce. They were promised that their hard work and ...
Two-thirds of startups fail within the first five years. These are the toughest lessons I've learned running one for eight years.
In the uber-competitive startup world, surviving is success in itself.
Conventional wisdom says that 90% of startups will ...
Running a business is daily chaos.
Even if you persevere through the struggle and make all the right decisions, you may still ultimately fail.
But while everybody has to claw and fight their way into the tiny percentage of companies that actually make ...