Insulting your own employees, losing sight of the big picture, ignoring your gut: Are you guilty of these progress-killing mistakes in starting a new business?
Blowing a ton of money too quickly is an obvious startup mistake, but you can also be too ambitious, or get along too well with your cofounder. Too much of a good thing can ruin the best-laid business plan.
Check out the video above for more ways your new venture could use some work.
[Sources: “How 4 Successful Entrepreneurs Came Back After Startup Failure;” “A Harvard Professor Analyzes Why Start-Ups Fail,” the New York Times; “Why Startups Fail,” The Entrepreneurs Club]FCS