By Brandon Turner, Real Estate Investor and Co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast!
Starting a business is exciting -- and scary.
I've started more businesses than I'd care to admit. In my experience, it's a bit like driving through a heavy fog where you are only able to see a few feet in front of the windshield -- you don't know what's up ahead until it's upon you. However, the longer you are an entrepreneur, the better you can navigate through that fog.
As I've been driving through the fog for over a decade now, I thought I would take today's post and boil down 15 of the biggest lessons I've learned over the past decade of building and growing businesses. Consider these tips "stuff I wish I had known when I was young and stupid."
By Nicole Robinson, CEO, Gloss and Glam.
Starting my company Gloss and Glam was the best thing I ever did. But before I opened my business, I spent countless hours speaking to lawye…