The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall.
—Che Guevara

Being an entrepreneur is hard. It’s a roller coaster every day. You need a strong stomach, eyes on the future, a soul that wants to change the world, and a heart that believes you can do it. You learn, you fail, you learn some

Success is a paradox: If you are not failing, then you are not succeeding. No one is perfect.

When you experience a failure, keep that experience at the forefront of your mind. Try to learn helpful lessons from it. Failure isn’t fun, but the process can be extremely valuable, which reminds me of a true story. I won’t go into the names of the other person or the work they did. Those details are not important. They have different sistution and stories.All the person has not same story. Rather, the lessons that were learned in the aftermath of the failure are what’s key.

founders started small, but they had lots of energy, passion, and focus. They also had little or no business or startup experience.

Instead, they figured things out along the way.So think big, but start small. As seen the “big” part is the mission, which should always be the driving force of the company. You should also be exceptionally passionate about it almost becoming an obsession. Is your mission something you would quit your job for? If not, you probably should keep your job.

Remember this “Making a job is better than finding a job.”

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