When building a company, you must be prepared for the crazy ride and realize that each up and down you experience will lead to a success. Latching onto that way of thinking will get you through the tougher times and give you more clarity into how you can transform a seemingly negative event into a success beyond what you originally envisioned. I can think of a number of examples where I encountered an event that, at the time, I thought was negative, but when looking back and rescoring that event based on the current state of our company, I realized it was for the greater good.
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