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From Marc: Why NOT to do a start-up

Marc Andreessen is writing fantastic posts on entrepreneurships.  I should resist the urge to link to him, but the stuff is too good.

Today's post is on why NOT to do a start-up.  He details why start-ups are not for the feint of heart.  The only way to overcome these obstacles and long odds is to have extreme passion for your idea.  Entrepreneurs always think Why Not?  It's easy for naysayers to just ask Why?  The entrepreneur is not always right, but you need that passion and optimism if you are going to have a chance.


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