Being an Entrepreneur Means Asking the Right Questions

Here’s a novel way to keep the questions coming

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Some entrepreneurs don’t even know to ask the question

We might believe there’s a standard blueprint out there we should find and follow, which isn’t the case. Each startup’s path to success is as individual as the startup itself. If it weren’t, we’d all be running franchises.

Some entrepreneurs don’t know who to ask

Let’s face it, we’d all like our network to be bigger and better and smarter than it is today. Not just in terms of that one person who has all the right answers, but peers who are thinking about things we’re not.

Some entrepreneurs don’t know how to ask

Sometimes we can’t even put into words what it is we need, let alone get those words into question format. There are a million ways to ask “How do I get better results?” Which version do you pick?

Some entrepreneurs can’t afford to ask

There are two ways to look at this.

Some entrepreneurs are afraid to ask

No one wants to ask first. But that goes back to my main point, and why an entrepreneur’s network is so important. When you’re immersed in an environment where there are no dumb questions, you tend to start thinking differently.

I’m a multi-exit, multi-failure entrepreneur. Building Precision Fermentation & Teaching Startup. Former Spiffy & Automated Insights. More at joeprocopio.com

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