The Entrepreneurial Race Part 2: Picking a Pit Crew

 

Army Racing pit stop

This is the second post in the “Entrepreneurial Race” series. Click here to read Part 1: Getting to the Track, Part 3: On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!, and Part 4: Getting Sponsors.

Every entrepreneur or aspiring entrepreneur should watch the movie Cars. Not only is it a fun film, it also has a lot of great lessons for founders. In the last post, I discussed different ways to fund a startup and get it from the garage to the race track (several of which Lightning McQueen tried during his trip to the Piston Cup tie-breaker race). This post will focus on another essential part of any business: the mentors, advisors, and directors. These individuals serve as the pit crew for the race car that is your business.  Read more of this post

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