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Entrepreneurship: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

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  • 1. Joshua Johnson Joshua@learneverywhere.com @joshuacjohnson @LRNeverywhere (407) 575-8921
  • 2. The Road
  • 3. The Ugly • ______ships • Partner, friend, relation • Subscribing to the “Start-Up” life • Breakdown, Burnout • Smoking your own stash • Talk to your customers, test your assumptions • Never getting to “No” • Fast hires, slow fires
  • 4. The Bad • Entrepreneurship can suck • It can be lonely at the top • Others depend on you • Lone optimist • Decision, decisions, decisions • Everything takes longer, costs more, and makes less
  • 5. The Good • You are not alone – Tons of resources! • Amazing Orlando Start-Up Community • You don’t have to be good at everything, in fact, you shouldn’t be! • A lot of people (more than you think) want you to succeed • You get to encourage and participate in others’ success!
  • 6. The Good • You get to take risks • Occasionally that means rewards • Often than means learning • You get to have to be creative • You get to learn who you really are
  • 7. Questions? Joshua Johnson joshua@learneverywhere.com @joshuacjohnson @lrneverywhere (407) 575-8921

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