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Element 40. Pretending Not to Know > Practical Experience—This Deserves the Min...

Practical Experience—This Deserves the Minimum Weight of 1

It is surprising how many times this question scores low. Entrepreneurs pretend not to know that there is competition, that there is no demand, that there is a law against what they contemplate, that you cannot guarantee any exclusivity, or even that your idea is simply in poor taste.

Dr. Market’s Observation:

More often than not, you can overcome the problem easily if you can see past your blind spot. When you insist on ignoring it, it takes a life of its own and overwhelms your chances of success.



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