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Why Smart Founders Are “Productively Wrong”

At its heart, entrepreneurship is a process of continual learning. Win or lose, the inevitable product of any venture is learning a valuable new skill set and expanding your breadth of knowledge. In this course, MIT Bootcamps founder Erdin Beshimov shares important lessons about “productive wrongness,” particularly if you’re a founder, so you can harness the power of failure as fuel for the next step in your entrepreneurial journey. Learn the essentials of patient urgency and how to use it to build momentum. Find out how to innovate, solve problems, help others, build a company, and achieve financial independence, all while seeking fulfillment and joy and grow as a person. No matter what happens with your innovation, you’ll be ready to always come out the winner.

Note: This course was created by Knowable. We are pleased to host this training in our library.

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