When I started my company in ’98, friends told me that most businesses fail. When I sold it in ’03, same friends hit me up for loans.
–Andrew Warner (via Twitter), of Mixergy.com
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What a great quote. Most people will tell you that you will fail. Those who succeed either ignore or are driven by that.
Andrew Warner says
Thanks Jeremy. I think you’re dead right. I’ve seen entrepreneurs get fired up every time someone doubts them. And I’ve seen others get so busy working on their goals that they don’t notice.
I think the important thing is not to give into it.