What to do when people doubt your startup idea

08/27/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

You're likely to run into plenty of people who think your business idea isn't going to work out, writes Kevin Daum. You can deal with these naysayers in several ways such as by responding to their criticisms or by asking them to join your cause. "In the worst case, your naysayer will back off and, in the best case, you'll have the help of a valuable ally," he writes.

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