Disaster waits for no one. In the wake of tragedy, there are lessons entrepreneurs can learn and apply for the benefit of themselves and others.
Tagged: business challenges
It makes no sense to label a problem as big or small based on the size or age of the individual or company. If it is a problem, it’s a real problem.
Discomfort is normal. Not dealing with it can jeopardize your success.
Remember: we wouldn’t recognize the good times without the bad. So if you’re in a good place cherish it, appreciate it.
That defining moment, downing shots at a local sports bar on my first day of business, has become one of my favorite and yet terrifying memories.
I’ve learned that many entrepreneurs face similar challenges. I’ve also learned the hard way that there’s no way to avoid these challenges.
Do not let a lack in these areas hold you back from pursuing your dreams. Instead put your time and energy in creating a vision for your business and figuring out the direction you want to go. Make the decision to be successful today.
When times are difficult, it’s easy to feel that we have no control over the outcome of our lives; especially in business.
How long do you stick with problems before they wear you down?
Here are four steps you can take – starting today – to develop the resilience you (and your business) need to succeed.