Failing fast is one of those ideas that seems like a great thing – for others to do. No one likes to fail. And failing leaders have a nasty habit of believing they can fix things at every step of the way, leading to painfully slow failures – death by a thousand cuts. If you’re going to fail, do it fast: 1) talk to customers, 2) test and 3) make early sales.
Follow this link to read the full article on Forbes.com about Heivly and the Triangle Startup Factory and their approach to helping early stage entrepreneurs. It’s built around a core competency in enabling and empowering people to fail fast, and then get up and do it all over again.