“Success in this day and age includes failure. The people who will succeed are the ones who are fragile enough to hop around and figure out what works until it works.”
— Mary Grace Allerdice
If you ask any business owner, the first two years are the most grueling. It will break you down to your core. Almost every day feels like a battlefield of self-doubt and uncertainty.
Had a bad day? Well, guess what? Those bills still have to be paid. Where’s the next dollar going to come from?
You feel like giving up so many times. But when do you know when it’s time to let go and move on? How do you know it’s time to pivot?
Mary Grace shares her tough financial journey through the initial stages of starting a business and how she’s learning to embrace the test of her mental endurance and resilience.
WHAT WE TACKLE IN THIS EPISODE:
- Handling rejection and failure
- Allowing yourself to say “no” and how to take it from others
- Determining which noise to filter out and who to actually listen to
- Identifying when you should move on to another career or opportunity when what you’re working on no longer serves you
Connect with Mary Grace:
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