I have never found myself saying “I don’t know” this much. I used to see it as a sign of weakness.
Now that I have founded a startup, I make hard decisions and answer tough questions everyday.
“What is the best way to pitch the revenue model for our business?”
“Who would be the best incubators for what we do?”
“How much content can we possibly populate in a week?”
“Which bloggers should we approach?”
“What kind of content should we focus on first?”
I don’t know and I’m not afraid to admit it.
If an entrepreneur didn’t have to make difficult decisions day in day out, they wouldn’t call it risky business.
The best thing you can do for yourself as an entrepreneur is to not delude yourself and think you have all the answers.
It is OK not to know everything. Just be the hustler and do everything in your means to get from not knowing to knowing.