Don't be in a hurry to make mistakes

03/10/2013 | Fast Company online

Entrepreneurs might make mistakes if they take action without carefully examining the situation first, Mark Goulston writes. Company founders can avoid missteps by ignoring distractions, hiring talented teams and paying attention to their advisers, experts say.

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