Books, courses, and mentorship can teach you about starting a business, but building one yourself is the greatest way to learn.

Building a business presents challenges, obstacles, and possibilities that can’t be predicted or prepared for theoretically.

These experiences will build your resilience, creativity, and problem-solving skills for entrepreneurship.

There is no substitute for hands-on experience when it comes to knowing what it takes to establish a successful business.

You can read a book about building a business, or you can build a business. The two are not mutually exclusive, but the best way to build a business is to build one.

Get your hands dirty and build.

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