Learning from the pioneersThey say that "to err is human" and this applies to all facets of our existence, therefore also to issues that have to do with entrepreneurship. The good thing is that we have an unlimited capacity for learning, which includes being able to learn from the mistakes made by those who preceded us in the same field - mistakes made by other entrepreneurs that we can avoid1.Analyzing the mistakes of others and taking them into account so that we do not make them too.2.Letting the ego dominate us and not assuming that we are wrong can be highly detrimental to our entrepreneurial work.3.Jason Fried is the creator of Baecamp, an online collaboration tool that he created in 2004.It allows for constant collaboration, which results in greater communication and avoids unnecessary discussions and loss of time. Vale is the owner of the company, the ultimate responsible and maybe at the beginning we have to take care of everything but as the company grows we have to learn to delegate, especially because if everything goes well we will have collaborators who know more than we do about certain issues.5.This is not a mistake in itself, but we must always bear in mind that it is more important to have short-term goals in mind, to set weekly and monthly goals and to analyze whether or not they are met.6.Communication and direct contact with the client are fundamental, so we should not make assumptions, talk to our clients, carry out surveys, ask their opinion about everything they think we need to improve.7.Nowadays any company has to have an online presence, a well designed web page follows this link and counts on the main social networks.8.- Do not make a viability plan. Previous studies, market assessment, calculation of investments, trying to anticipate all situations is really essential.9 .- Waste in the beginning.
it is very easy to make this mistake for not having vision of the future.10 .- Being afraid of competition.