One comment on “A decision made, then unmade

  1. Mr. Fritz, well written and thought out! This is often the case with entrepreneurs. Finding the balance of hanging in there / pushing forward with your idea and taking information into consideration in order to pull the plug is perhaps the most significant (and risky) decision an entrepreneur has to make during the start-up stages of a project. Sometimes information is incorrect… but sometimes it’s not. I personally find your dynamic continuum concept very helpful for this dilemma. Thank you for sharing.

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