Why most entrepreneurs fail to build a successful business and what you can do instead to succeed

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“Most entrepreneurs fail.”

It’s not their fault. It’s how popular culture, silicon valley (the series), and entrepreneur magazines headlines teach us.

What they fail to tell us is how those success stories are the outliers. The anomalies. The 0.01%.

Chances are your startup won’t be as big as Facebook; you won’t become as famous as Steve Jobs; and you won’t be the first to colonize Mars.

Still, entrepreneurs take chances they would never take in Vegas, and bet their dreams, savings, and a few good years of their lives.

Of course, you don’t leave it up to chance. You put your blood, sweat, tears. Read all the business books. But 95% of business still fail. While if you bet on red or black you have a 50–50 chance.

But have no fear. The Sell → Service → Scale, Alternative Startup Methodology is here!

Keep reading to find out how you can drastically minimize the chances of your business failing while swinging for the home run we’re all longing for.

Entrepreneurs who fail all make the same 3 mistakes. Let’s understand what they are so you can avoid them!

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