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Ask The Guest: Failure, Resiliency and Confidence

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Do you have a question for our upcoming radio show guest?

We’re all tested in life. You’ve heard that old saying, “That which does not kill you, only makes you stronger.” Setbacks and failures are disappointing – but surviving them can teach you valuable lessons. Lessons that better prepare you and propel you forward in life.

Barry Moltz, Entrepreneur, Author and Motivational Speaker is joining us on Small Business Trends Radio on Tuesday, August 19th at 1:30PM EST. Barry will explain how to thrive through the cycle of success and failure and he’ll show you how to gain the skill of true business confidence that determines which of us succeed in the long run.

If you have a question for Barry, we’ll try to present it to him during the live show. The deadline for your questions is Monday, August 18th at noon Eastern time.

Ask away below in the comments section!

6 Responses to “Ask The Guest: Failure, Resiliency and Confidence”

  1. Luz Says:

    Hi Staci,

    Thanks for opening this to us. Anyway, I have a question for Barry Moltz. I am a mother of two and have tried to do business a few years back then. But I failed from it. I got tired because I did it on my own. Now, I wanted to have business online. Could you help me how should I approach business online?

  2. Paula Says:

    If your business is going thru a down time, how long do you wait until you actually consider it a failure?

  3. Luz Says:

    Hi Paula,

    At that time, I waited for 6 months to get the profit from my business. But until then, I never have recovered back any interest from my investment. In that case, I considered my business a failure because it is supposed to be profitable. That is the reason why I quit. Now, I would like to give it a try again. But this time, I want it online. Do you have any idea how should I approach it?

  4. Martin Lindeskog Says:

    “That which does not kill you, only makes you stronger.” – Friedrich Nietzsche.

  5. BPFS Says:

    But still those lessons certainly not compensate the lose we have borne,don’t you think so?

  6. Barry Moltz Says:

    @Luz-
    Please contact me directly at my website so I can help!

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