Having limited funding for your startup may not seem like a good thing, but constraints -- financial or otherwise -- can be a blessing in disguise, writes Whitney Johnson, co-founder of Rose Park Advisors. Constraints can help entrepreneurs to gather feedback quickly and focus their innovation efforts, she notes. "Whether they are limits on space, time, money or other resources, constraints can improve our agility and get our synapses firing at lightning speed," she writes.

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