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"We will have more than a million clients and our company will be top leader in the industry over the next year". This is what every first time entrepreneur says at some point in time.
At the beginning it is just you... You continuously think about your business idea and become annoying for others. You could talk for hours about your business, until your friends just get sick of you.
You hear nothing else but good things about your company. When someone criticises your idea, you just don’t listen to them. You assume they must be jealous of your success.
You think that you were the only one with this idea and you believe you have a real chance. Jealous people are sending you, from time to time, information about similar companies.
You start stalking your competitors and become absolutely obsessed about them. You think that every move they make is a threat to you.
No matter what time you ask an entrepreneur how his or her business is going, you always get the same answer: Amazing! We have this new feature, bla bla bla... In societies where entrepreneurship seems to be cool and where everyone’s dream is to have a business, at which point do we have to stop expecting it to be perfect? When are we going to stop seeing failure as defeat instead of as a part of the learning process? When are we going to stop lying to ourselves that first time entrepreneurs have to succeed?