In the next few weeks, thousands of bright-eyed, ambitious graduates will walk out of the hallowed halls of institutions of higher learning and into the larger world. Among these graduates will be the next generation of innovators, founders, entrepreneurs and small business owners. These adventurers, some armed with well-defined business plans and others with nothing but dreams and moxie, are determined to follow the road less traveled and carve out their own unique career paths.
But before turning down a steady job or packing away the interview suit, recent grads need to evaluate if they truly have what it takes to start a business. Business News Daily asked business experts and entrepreneurs, many of whom started their first business right out of college, for entrepreneurial advice for this year’s graduating class. Here are some of the key lessons they shared.
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