In today’s business world, you either are triumphing or failing. Your company could be the next Apple, or it will be a failure.
Being an educated person, experienced, creative, and professional (EECP) is not enough to survive the creation of an emerging company. While there is a type of rapid growth that is the entrepreneur’s dream, this also creates problems and requires the difficult transition from having a great idea to making it a reality. What will help you is to take a small “smart step” towards something you want to achieve.
Here are some of the lessons for surviving the start of a new company, hard earned and published in INC. Magazine, that really deserve more than a read — you may want to print them out.