Walter Carr is my new poster child for doing it — even when it’s not easy. He walked 20 miles to get to the first day on his new job because his car had broken down and he couldn’t find any… Read more…
On the path to wild crazy entrepreneurial success (stop laughing — we will get you there!), you’ll hit roadblocks, question your sanity, go broke, doubt everything, forget your vision, lose your morale, become defeated, feel deflated, stop trusting yourself and eventually, maybe even wonder if this was such a good idea, after all.
None of that stuff necessarily feels good, but it’s a rite of passage to figuring out how to do business YOUR WAY. (That’s the good news.)
Imagine if everything you did screamed brave, bold, confidence? What if you could tell anyone, with all the conviction in the world, that they should absolutely buy what you have to sell—and the whole thing felt rather good, for once?