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From my personal experience, the most scary part of building a business is the time-frame between "starting" and "succeeding", mostly because, if it's your first time, you won't really have any good, certain indication you're gonna make it.
For my business, success came near the expiration date, so to say. We were about to acknowledge things weren't going as planned, when it just happened. It can be a scary time, but the thing you can't really forget about is staying hungry as you say. Keeping on investing and improving in order to always be on top of the situation.

a great motivator - how to overcome strategic quitting.

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