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The Important For Laws of Growth

The Important For Laws of Growth

By Inspirasi2025
HOW TECHNOLOGY HAS CHANGED ENTREPRENEURSHIP
revealed that the biggest barriers would-be entrepreneurs perceive are:

“I don’t think I can raise enough money.” (48%)
“I don’t have an idea.” (40%)
“I’m discouraged by the high failure rate of businesses.” (22%)
“I don’t have the right skills.” (21%)
“I worry about balancing business and family life.” (18%)
“I’m worried about taxes and regulations.” (17%)
“The competitive barriers are too high.” (13%)
“I don’t think I could hire people with the skills I need.” (7%)

But a lot of these are what I’d call “legacy fears” surrounding entrepreneurship
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