Why Christopher Columbus was the pre-eminent entrepreneur

A guest post on VentureBeat by GoodData CEO Roman Stanek. In the post, Stanek makes the case that there are 4 lessons learnt from the story of Columbus:

1 – Confidence attracts money.
2 – ‘Unreasonable’ risks achieve the impossible.
3 – Your belief in yourself is contagious.
4 – Technology founders have a competitive advantage.

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Why Christopher Columbus was the preeminent entrepreneur
Christopher Columbus created a model for the modern entrepreneur to follow. Think about it…

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