Do you have a big idea you want to turn into a startup, but your fears get the best of you? This 1-minute video will tell you why the best route you can take is to overcome your fear is by accepting the facts about entrepreneurship and ‘realign’ your expectations.
When you choose the entrepreneurial path, you have to accept the fact that you will most likely to fail.
No, I don’t want to be a party-pooper or pessimist. But knowing that 90 percent of startups fail within the first year – and live with the fact – will actually improve your chance of success.
But don’t take my words for it. Let’s have Guy Kawasaki, author, entrepreneur and investor, explains why fear of failure is just one part of the game called entrepreneurship:
So, do you want to be a successful entrepreneur? If so, acknowledge that fears are part of every entrepreneur’s journey. Knowing that everyone has to face a fair amount of fear of failures and self-doubts can help you walk your path.
Don’t be afraid; you are not alone.