DALLAS – Many entrepreneurs discover that building a business brings difficult challenges, which in turn require resilience to overcome.
But having the capacity to recover and keep going doesn’t always lead to better results. Resilience in the context of long-term business success also means learning from past difficulties and, as a result, changing direction to the right path, according to James Webb, author of Redneck Resilience: A Country Boy’s Journey To Prosperity, and a successful entrepreneur in the medical and fitness sectors.
“‘Pivot’ has become the preferred word among business owners while trying to survive the COVID-19 pandemic,” Webb said. “For many companies now, it’s pivot or die.
“Resilience and the ability to pivot go hand in hand. Resilience