“I had worked as a waiter…”singer Yared Negu

Singer Yared Negu said, “I had been a waitor.” Do you want to know why society views achieving economic success as such a difficult task? While there are some obvious obstacles to overcome, one of the most difficult tasks is getting over the first dread of starting a business. Most people spend their entire day at their boring jobs, counting down the minutes, while daydreaming about starting a big business. They never give up the stability of a paycheck because establishing a business makes them too anxious about the uncertainty. You must learn to control your own fears if you want to stand out from the crowd. You’re not alone, so don’t worry. I was earning twice as much outside of my day job as I was when doing my eight-hour job when I left it to establish my own business. I was still plagued by a severe failure fear. For those who want to be truly successful in business, this is just the start of the journey. It’s admirable to face your fears and start a business, but the real tests of a fearless businessperson come from situations like striking up a conversation at a networking mixer, asking for the sale on a significant deal, severing ties with a partner who is harming the venture, and perhaps the scariest of all scenarios, watching a business fail. A person is truly fearless when they can fail badly and not be afraid to pick themselves up, try again, and again, until they succeed. People frequently discuss how a well-known company once began in a garage or basement, to the point where it’s almost romanticized the idea that rising from poverty to success is what truly characterizes a good entrepreneur.

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