Dragon’s Den — Bedspread

The duvet cover with the line in the middle
James Kahn’s generalizations are misleading (just like any other generalization or analogy)… it just expresses the emotion he had in that particular context… he arrived at a pattern that could be misinterpreted by someone later on
Coming to an investor asking for money before testing it in a commercial env is not entreprenually savvy?
Examples of people who did just that and are now being considered savvy entrepreneurs

Duncan implying how the guy having a sliver of doubt in the back of his mind is proof that this won’t succeed
This does hold truth in terms of passion, because it’s hard to carry on with guilt.. but it could also be a doubt about how the customer would respond (as opposed to his passion) (unclear)
Examples of successful people talking about how they had doubts about their success at first