Study: Startups that don’t set firm goals actually do better

New data, from a study done by my team at Bunch, could redefine what we see as the trademark characteristics of early startup success. This study collected data from 62 early-stage startups over the course of a year to find the factors that correlate directly to higher revenues. And what we found was pretty surprising: A lower commitment to goals actually resulted in better financial performance. And a high growth mindset didn’t necessarily mean higher revenues. Read more>>

 

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