said the entrepreneur I think I’m quite qualified to talk about this topic, because I started my own business at the age of 21, although not before the Internet, but the business several times, is very experienced. The team has the least time to 6 to 8 people, most of the time from 40 to 50 people, so the operation of large and small businesses as well as a variety of problems I can be more understanding of the. And I have failed several times before, so I can sum up a lot of experience from failure.

 

1, like to follow the trend of

in fact, many of us are like to follow the trend, is like to go the other way. Why do we like to follow the trend? It is because the feeling that something has been done, and done well, you will feel that this thing is very reliable. And a lot of people in the study of other people’s mode of operation after feeling very simple they can do, in fact, a lot of people just see the surface of others. In fact, there is one of the main reasons is to see other people make a lot of money, but also want to follow their own earnings. In fact, many follow the trend of the project is not reliable, why? Because you can think of doing it together, others will think that many people will follow you do. When many people are pouring in this thing is not done well, because we will go to the competition, the money will go to money market, not to earn money in order to survive to disrupt the market, so there are many complex problems. For a new entrepreneurial team, architecture itself is not very stable, is very hard to face down how much competition and complex market.

so many follow suit to do most of the projects are not up, only those who do early, a large number of people have not come in to make money. Most of the troops coming in are unable to survive. So everyone in the entrepreneurial choice of the project must not follow the trend, unless you do when there are not many people do, and you have the confidence to quickly expand.

2, do not do too risky project

said many friends and I want to borrow or loan to open a store what, anyway, when I heard the word of my shop instinct is to ask the decoration and equipment need how many money? If the renovation costs too high shop is not recommended to do the grassroots, because if it is open, 3 months out of business who will choose the basic closed. But these things can not get rid of the decoration, equipment is not worth selling, but at least a little. Be sure to decorate, then I also suggest that some of the things that can be moved, because if this position once you find inappropriate, you can also move immediately, things can continue to use. No matter is the shop or online sellers I would suggest that you do not need some hardware investment cost is too high, it is best to start this business shop do not rent, decoration and Yahuo, even if it is to spend less money in these places, spend your money on that risk is too high. Because if you’re 3

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