Gabby Goodwin Advice for Entrepreneurs
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Hi, I'm Gabby Goodwin. I am 14 years old, and I'm from Columbia, South Carolina. I am the CEO of Confidence and the inventor of GaBBY Bows.
Advice that I would give is to believe in yourself. I mean, if you don't believe yourself, nothing else will happen. You have to believe in yourself first, even if, you know, there's people that have the biggest belief in what you can do, you still have to believe in yourself and make sure that you're pushing yourself to your best ability and being able to be passionate about, the thing that you're doing as well, going back to the American dream, do something that you're passionate about, not just because you see other people, you know, gain lots of my primary or gaining lots of views or, uh, just gaining things. Uh, there's a lot of work that goes behind a lot of things that you see people being successful for. So make sure that you're doing something that you're passionate about because if hard times come, uh, or a lot of hard work has come, you know, sleepless nights and early mornings. And, uh, you may not be up to the challenge if you're not as passionate about it. And if you are passionate, you're able to help other people become passionate as well. And then that's how you gain fans, supporters, followers, customers. So that's how you are able to grow your community and grow the knowledge of other people, or help other people grow in their knowledge of what you're passionate about. And just also going back to the thing that I said before, "No is just an abbreviation for next opportunity." I mean, you may hear one No and say, Oh, this is the end. I don't think I can do this anymore, but if you keep pushing, uh, and you keep going towards the opportunity that you really want, uh, then you'll be able to get there, not just my business, but many businesses and careers are, you know, a testimony of that.
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