Throw your business plan in the recycling bin. Instead, focus on your team, and on getting to market as quickly as you can.
If you’re taking time to carefully perfect a business plan to help ensure your company’s model is sound and that it will be a success–stop. That’s the word from William Hsu, c0-founder and managing partner at start-up accelerator MuckerLab.
Hsu, who’s been both a successful entrepreneur and an executive at AT&T and eBay, says that starting a company is “a career for really irrational people. In all probability, whatever the idea is will fail. Building a reality distortion field is how entrepreneurs convince themselves and their employees that this is a good idea.”
With that in mind, he advises: [read]