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Good risk always buys you something better

When we write business plans, we end up guessing rather than collecting information. This makes us look at risk in terms of what we could possibly gain, and then all the things we need to get right. We see what we have to put on the line.

This is risky, so flip it!

Instead, think about how you can proceed in a way that costs you an affordable amount of time or money. What can you do now, with what you've got?

What do you need to reveal about the that direction to know if there's risk in it?

What will this information cost to get? Can you afford to get it?

Can you afford not to get it?

Experienced entrepreneurs take small risks that they can easily afford to lose, and each time, they at least come out ahead with better information, better connections and better resources for the next bet.

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