3 Truths Riding My Motorcycle Taught Me About Being an Entrepreneur

My bike was laying on its side a few meters in front of me, tires still spinning, inches away from a parked car. I sped through a turn too fast and failed to notice the wet surface below me. Thankfully, the only thing bruised was my ego. It was my first fall as a rider, and the experience taught me just as much as my first few falls as a founder.

Here are three lessons both riders and founders alike should heed.

1. Be mindful of your maintenance.

There’s a lot more to a motorcycle than just the rider, just like there’s a lot more to a business than the founder. As the visionary leader, it’s up to you to keep your eyes on the road and decide the direction of the business. But it’s just as important to keep an eye on whatever, or whoever, is helping get you there. Read more about the 3 Truths Riding My Motorcycle...

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11 Mar 2018

By Brian Roberts