Think about the first-time entrepreneurs you know. And then think about the successful entrepreneurs you know. What's the difference in how they think?
Who protects their product ideas more, or their time more?
Who waits for a great idea to start, and who starts first and improves later?
How does each group think about learning new skills - in advance, or on the fly?
Who takes bigger risks?
Now think about yourself. Do you think more like a first-timer or more like a successful entrepreneur?
To succeed, you have to be aware of where your comfort zone lies, because you have to catch yourself when you're framing decisions in a way that won't help you succeed.
How can you change the way you think?