Tag Archive: Fear
A new report highlights the global confidence gap between women entrepreneurs and their male counterparts. How can we close it?
A new anonymous Tumblr from a founder whose company is about to go under shines a light on the darker side of starting up. Should entrepreneurs be more open about their struggles as well as their successes?
A founder offers a brutally honest account of her panic attacks and urges other entrepreneurs not to psyche themselves out with sunny tales of self-confidence and startup life.
How to we use it to move our companies and us forward? We name it. Say what you’re afraid of out loud.
By Ellen Ercolini (Founder, The Creative Giraffe)
Is fear getting in the way of your big dream? There are a lot of entrepreneurs out there who have huge, expansive dreams. They also have a gnawing fear that holds them back from really swinging for the fences and going after them. On the other hand, many founders already seem to be chasing their dreams. They appear
One moment I’m devastated, another moment I’m ecstatic. But the whole time in the back of my mind there is that “What if I don’t?”
By Anna Vital (Co-Founder, Vash; Founder, Funders & Founders)
Every day for the last two weeks, I have woken up scared. I’m scared to go online, look at my Kickstarter campaign – and see that no one supported it over night.
I am so scared to fail. It doesn’t help