Have you seen the viral video of big world-leading specialists appearing to be failing the most? They always come back and triumph in the finale. That part of the story is referred to as “Don’t Quit in the Dip.”
The best stories are never without their own set of difficulties. A startup may be succeeding now, but it appears that they will be losing tomorrow. They will win without bugging tomorrow if they keep going.
The allure of making things happen is the difficulties we encounter in figuring them out. Everyone would do it if it was simple.
I’d agree it was worthwhile if a founder built for profit. The anguish of construction, the emotional strain, the time, and other factors combined cannot adequately compensate a person who is constructing for his services.
To make something work, it needs more than skill, intelligence, and the combination of the two.
‘Only resign at the uttermost end of your attempt, when the obstacles truly cannot be addressed again, but never stop in the dip,’ I have to say since I too am in the game of growth and advancement for my country and continent.