We all fail. In business, we have to try lots of things to find a few that work. You fail, fail, fail, and all along the way you are learning so that eventually you can get it right. Nobody ever gets it 100% right the very first time. It's a process. And even when you've had great success, you still fail a lot. You have to try a lot of things, and more of them don't work than do. So being an entrepreneur teaches you to survive the ups and downs. Vivek Wadhwa wrote for the Wall Street Journal's Accelerators about how entrepreneurship is more like a roller coaster, filled with highs and lows, no matter how easy it may look from the outside.
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