Setbacks when you're an entrepreneur happen. The longer you're in small business, the more frequently you have to build up your resiliency and learn to overcome them.Some will be minor. Others will threaten your success.Not everyone will handle it the same way, but those who get past their setbacks all have gone through a process.I believe that processing setbacks is a lot like aging bourbon.
So often when we go into business for ourselves, we focus on how fast we can become successful. But what does that success look like? It's different things to different people.
So who should you look at to measure your business success?
We all have failures in our personal and professional lives. The question becomes, "how do we recover from it?" And is it possible that failing is what makes us become successful in our businesses in the end?