Guts: How to Initiate, Endure, and Evolve
Entrepreneurship is often a lonely endeavor, marked by repeated rejection and failure. Look deeper into the “overnight” business success story of any founder or team, and you’ll usually uncover a multiyear, circuitous journey made up of extreme highs and lows.
Launching anything new means a commitment to swimming (at least for a while) in a sea of ambiguity. This can be terrifying. Many business leaders spend most of their waking hours physically or psychologically alone, convinced that no one understands their ideas. This isn’t normal. Most humans are drawn naturally to the status quo. People generally ...