As Amazon made the rejection rounds last week, cities throughout the nation were taking to heart the things that made them not a fit for the fabled HQ2. Rejection is tough. Why is it so hard to take a rejection and keep on keepin' on? Here’s why it’s so hard, and what you can do about it.
Considering ditching the 9-to-5 to go out on your own? Turns out I've learned a thing or two in the past year. Stuff I would never have known to ask, even if anyone would've been happy to tell me
My dear entrepreneur, when the fraud police make you crazy...When they make you worry. Or question yourself. Or imagine giving up. Know that they also will make you better. If you let them.
I get the term, "passion project." I've used it myself. Ok. It's supposed to mean a project you're working on that you absolutely love and don't expect to make any money from. It's about passion, not profit.But...still. It feels...awkward.
This book is for anyone who's weighed down by the knowledge that you're meant to be doing something more or something different than you are; for anyone who is painfully aware of problems unsolved or art not yet created.
I tend to create to-do lists that are not doable. And then the day is over and the things aren't done and it's crushing. So I've learned something...
I have this theory that artists and entrepreneurs are one-in-the-same. Just beginning to liken themselves to entrepreneurs, artists aren't always learning from the trails successful entrepreneurs have already blazed.