Big lessons from less than a year living the life of a founder

01/16/2013 | Forbes

One tricky part about being an entrepreneur is that everyone will have an opinion about what you're doing, Ryan Caldbeck of CircleUp writes. "You quickly realize there will be no shortage of advice; the key is to find the handful of advisors you trust, weigh their opinions, weigh yours, decide and move on," he writes. Entrepreneurs must also learn to do their best with limited resources, he writes.

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