2. The power of belief
It’s also important to find the purpose in what you’re making. Address the problem you want to solve in the way you think is best, and put your heart behind it. When you truly believe in what you’re doing, other people will pick up on that fact and be drawn to your cause. “You have to have a clear idea of where you’re going,” says entrepreneur and business coach Brett Fox, “and you have to be able to succinctly articulate your vision to your investors, customers, partners, and employees. No one will follow you if they don’t buy into your vision.” Not everyone will have a need for your product or service, but those who don’t may know someone who does. By being genuine in your approach, you can cultivate a network of relationships with people who want to see you succeed. These people will recommend you to others, or offer advice when you are stuck and in need of support. One of humanity’s greatest strengths lies in our ability to help each other.