What entrepreneurs know that economists don’t

Jerry Seinfeld recently told The New York Times, “The less you know about a field, the better your odds. Dumb boldness is the best way to approach a new challenge.”

And according to ShareFile Founder Jesse Lipson, Seinfeld may have found the key difference between the mind of an economist and that of an entrepreneur. In his latest article on Forbes.com, Lipson explains why sometimes it’s better to not overthink a project and just dive in.

Read the full article to learn about a couple of Lipson’s own achievements that he attributes to underestimating the difficulty of the work involved, and see his advice for what entrepreneurs should do and why they should ignore economists.

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