Chapter 23: Deciding to Persist: Adversity, Values, and entrepreneurs’ Decision Policies
Entrepreneurs make the decision to start any given new venture once; but they make the decision to persist with the venture time and time again. Often, the persistence decision is made almost automatically with little deliberation or consideration of the alternatives.
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