If you read my title and went HUH? then I know one thing for sure. Either you are not an entrepreneur or you haven’t been in the start-up game very long.
The first time I heard a guy say this was in a classroom at Kellogg. Having come from multi-billion dollar companies, I thought he was nuts. He was an entrepreneur..and by very definition…he had to be a little nuts.
Having now left the huge corporate world and started a company myself, I reflected on his statement: “A fast no is as good as a yes”. Funny thing is – it makes perfect sense now.
When you are a smaller company, your most valuable asset, and the one you can’t afford to waste, is your time. It’s a finite resource. No amount of money or influence can put extra hours … Read More »