Non-tech founder’s trap: never ever do these 3 things

How much are you able to pay for education? $15,000 a year? $25,000? $50,000? I personally know a bunch of non-tech founders who lost over $100,000 in a couple of months. It is a price they paid for hard obtained knowledge what should never ever be done. It doesn’t matter that googling up “founders common mistakes” most probably would yield a list of articles describing these same traps I’m going to talk about. Still…




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