\u201cIt\u2019s not how we make mistakes, but how we correct them that defines us.\u201d - Rachel Wolchin\r\n\u201cWe all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things; the only thing that matters is how you overcome them and jump back to your playground.\u201d- Anonymous.\r\n\r\nNo one is perfect, are you? \u201cYour startup idea has flaws. Come to me when you are ready with the\u00a0full-proof- executable business.\u201d Every idea has some drawbacks, that doesn\u2019t mean it should be\u00a0abandoned; it means that the idea needs to work out from root cause it is facing. Entrepreneurs are no-ordinary and many times totally ordinary. How this duality works for them? Do they commit\u00a0mistakes? Do they fall and stand out again? We all make mistakes. Never let that be any reason you give up on your ambition. If you are an emerging entrepreneur, reaching out to your potential is a tough task.\r\n\r\nWhat is their thing that makes them matchless from the crowd of geeks? To many of the questions, a straight forward answer is \u2018They learn from their mistakes; not only do they learn but also they ensure that they don\u2019t repeat it\u2019. Well, undoubtedly, they do something different and that is why they make their startup ideas \u2018Laudable\u2019 which we follow them afterwards considering it will work for us, too. But why it doesn\u2019t work for us (most of the times)? Because, it\u2019s their way to observe the mistakes, search for the key attributes that lead to their respective hurdles, analyze the important causes, and eradicate the required ones. Definitely, entrepreneurs do certain other things in order to save themselves to commit mistakes and cheer up.\r\n\r\nEntrepreneurship, at its best, is synonymous with learning. Here are some mistakes that budding\u00a0Entrepreneurs make; check it, grab it in your head so that you don\u2019t commit the same in your \u2018Next Big Thing\u2019.\r\nTest. Fail. Retest. Improve\r\nIt looks like \u2018Eat. Sleep. Rave. Repeat.\u2019 Mind well, it\u2019s not. It is far more difficult than the hipsters formula. Always consider yourself as a beginner, only then you will be able to comprehend the very\r\n\r\nbasic lessons that no institutes will teach. So, \u2018Test. Fail. Retest. Improve\u2019 should be your motto. Stick it on your wall. Don\u2019t mistaken it with the former quote and believe that your start-up would succeed on the very first try.\r\nSay No to \u2018Too Much Advice\u2019\r\nAn Empirical Rule - If you\u2019re hearing too much of something, it is either to scare you or spare you.\r\n\r\nEntrepreneurs do have to come across hundreds of advises, tips and suggestions but it is not feasible as it would mingle up the strategies and would result an \u2018Egg\u2019 eventually. Beware of that !\r\nThat Wrong Guy\/Girl\r\nWe hear this a lot. It simply means that it is affecting to business a lot, isn\u2019t it? Be it experienced or\u00a0First Generation Entrepeneur, the best person to organize your marketing is not your mate Dave, no matter how many evenings you\u2019ve spent with him setting your ducks in a row over beers. No entrepreneur is an island, after all. Hire smart, and hire strong. Savvy Recruiting, forbid slipping.\r\nMoney Equalizer\r\nThere are two mindsets \u201cSpend Money. Earn Money\u201d or \u201cSpend Money until I earn some\u201d. It depends on the startup you are involved in. Spend your startup cash wisely; this is believed as one of the underestimated mistakes done by the Entrepreneurs. Be Shrewd, avoid Blunders.\r\n\r\nEric Ries, Author of The Lean Startup, says, \u201cI have learned from both my own successes and failures and those of many others that it\u2019s the boring stuff that matters the most.\u201d\r\nDude, look over to competitors\r\nThinking \u2018you have no direct competitors\u2019 is one of the most illogical thing any entrepreneur would think. It\u2019s extremely rare to have no direct competitors. Unless you\u2019ve invented a completely new product, there will be someone who already has market share in your niche.\r\nHire him, he ain\u2019t asking much\r\nLow-cost employees are usually low-cost, inexperienced, unskilled or unreliable. You must be thinking about the hacks to find the perfect candidate for your organization but it won\u2019t evident every time.\r\nIt won\u2019t fly and sell itself\r\nWhy? Wish it gets super power to market itself and fly like Superman. Don\u2019t be impractical. \u201cIf you\u00a0build it, they will come.\u201d They think that their products are so revolutionary that they can just rely on\u00a0free PR and word of mouth, but actually SEO, content marketing, PR and paid advertising is mandatory to an extent.\r\nSeriously. Alone?\r\nThinking you can do it all yourself is silly, really. Even, James Bond, if ideally considered as an Entrepreneur, have gadgets and Bond Girl in support. Have friends or families involved in the startup since at one saturated point, you will need a pillar to rely on, for you and your business. Never ever risk yourself doing it all alone. Beware, it\u2019s a mistake.\r\nFocus on fund-raising\r\nIs Success lying in raising money? Success is building a great company, making a reputation your\u00a0competitors dream about. Many entrepreneurs makes this mistake and so beware of this \u2018Alluring\u00a0Scheme\u2019. Entrepreneur is who sees the finish line from miles and not care about the milestone.\r\n\r\nWell, these factors were absolutely not technical in aspects when Entrepreneurs would pull their legs slightly up but these mistakes, if conceived carefully, would save your growing business and age it to a decade higher.