How to avoid startup-stifling mistakes

If you have a good job, it's a mistake to quit before your business has achieved a minimum level of success, writes Vishen Lakhiani, founder of Mindvalley. Your job "provides security and cash flow till you can break even or get funding." You should also avoid giving up your equity without a good reason, he advises.

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