Remember when you were a child. So many things you did that configure the DNA of an innovator, among them, questioning, observing, experimenting, networking, and associating. At some point, due to the rules of our society, we tend to forget all the lessons learned when we are kids. Why? This has a clear impact on our entrepreneurial attitude. For me, some of the most important points that I've discovered during all these years are that 1. you fail if you don't try, 2. you should focus and do one thing at a time, 3. work hard, 4. get out of the building and meet people, tell them your dreams, and above all, 5. have fun and try to be HAPPY.
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