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Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
Entrepreneurialitis - Pitfalls in Startups
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  1. Entrepreneurialitis Stowe Boyd
  2. Entrepreneurialitis n. acute or chronic stupidity induced by the stress of entrepreneurial activity.
  3. Like Falling Down An Open Elevator Shaft
  4. We don't need to do the right thing, since we can do the wrong thing really well.
  5. Building successful applications is hard, but it's easy if you just [blank].
  6. We don't need to do the right thing, since we can do the wrong thing really fast.
  7. Yes, that feature is important: we'll put it into a later release.
  8. We don't need to test the business model: it's obvious!
  9. We don't need to bring in experts: we don't have time to assimilate that many viewpoints, anyway.

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