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  • Writer's pictureKizzy Staten Gray

Entrepreneurship is not for Cowards

Updated: Jan 9, 2020

Intimidation has no place in entrepreneurship. You must leave intimidation behind. Crush it. Kill it. Or it will destroy your dreams of success in the marketplace.

If you deal with a spirit of rejection, intimidation, low self-esteem or lack of confidence then you probably should not be in business for yourself.

You must be secure in who you are and what you offer.

Don't take things so personal. If a potential client does not want what you have to offer. Just keep it moving. They aren't rejecting you, they just aren't interested in your product or service. Don't take it personal. You must be okay with that.

Develop thick skin. There will be many "No's." Don't expect all family and friends to celebrate your decision to leave you r 9-5 to launch your own business. They may not even patronize your services. Maybe they aren't your biggest cheerleader, that's okay as well.

If you're looking for affirmation from others you many not get that pat on the back that you're expecting. Working for yourself requires you to encourage yourself. There usually aren't any public acknowledgements like in a workplace environment. Cheer yourself on.

Believe in yourself. Fuel your mind on motivational and inspirational messages to build up your inner man. You can do it! Make a decision to win. Watch how you thrive!

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