6/9/2021 Tip: Accept the Idea of Failure

Today’s Quote

“Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
~ Steve Jobs.

 

Today’s Tip

While you shouldn’t dwell on the possibility of failure, you must accept it. If you don’t, you may be striving in your business to prevent failure, rather than striving to achieve success. The latter will always help you achieve better results.

It turns out that actual failure is never as bad as we think it will be. Specifically, research shows that when people fear the worst and it happens, it’s not as bad as they thought it would be, and they recover quickly.

Many entrepreneurs have failed before achieving success. Milton Hershey, P.T. Barnum, Henry Ford, Walt Disney — all of these super successful entrepreneurs failed big at one point in their careers and had to claim bankruptcy.

That’s why I love this quote from Phil Knight, the co-founder and chairman of Nike, Inc. – “people only remember your last success.” So, even if you’ve failed before, or fail again, as long as you end up on top, that’s all people will remember.

 

Today’s Resource

15 Must-Know Persuasion Triggers

To get what you want in your business (and in life), you need to master the art of persuasion.

And so, today I’m introducing you to 15 must-know persuasion triggers you can use to grow your business faster.

Once you master these 15 triggers, you’ll:

  • Close more sales
  • Get employees to perform better
  • Convince investors to fund you
  • Get better deals from suppliers
  • And so much more

Curious what these 15 triggers are?

Find out here: 15 Must-Know Persuasion Triggers

 

Trivia

Today’s Question: What company is located in St. Bernard, Ohio at the ‘Ivorydale’ factory?

Previous Question: How did “Chanel No. 5” get its name?

Answer: “Chanel No. 5” received its name from the designer Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel in 1921. It was her first perfume.  She used the number 5 because it was her lucky number. She also introduced the fragrance on May 5.  

The company used the number 5 to really make their product stand out.  Likewise, finding a creative way to launch your business or product can help it be unique and successful. 

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