—Nancy Ganz, author, mediator and negotiatorThe word no is much better than the word maybe. Persistence of . That, coupled with trusting your gut and knowing when to go all in and when to let go. —Marisa Polvino, co-founder and producer at Straight Up ImpactAs you go through your entrepreneurial journey, you will inevitably come across rejection from people you respect and admire.
The toughest lesson I’ve learned has been to and continue to have conviction in the things I believe in.—Olivia Landau, founder and CEO of The Clear CutI’m a get-it-done-now type of person, so one of the toughest lessons I’ve learned is that it’s a marathon, not a sprint.Read more on success.com