Being a technical entrepreneur is no cakewalk.
Sales, especially in offline settings with a footfall of 300+, can be daunting, especially for introverted tech enthusiasts. Rejection is part of the game, and convincing people who steadfastly resist your ideas is a common struggle.
Picture this: You're at an offline event, manning a stall, and facing the challenge of interacting with a diverse crowd.
The rejection may leave your mouth dry, but amidst the difficulties, there are those who keep your energy alive.
Some individuals appreciate your passion and product, providing the much-needed spark to keep going.
In this journey, remember that you're not alone. Many entrepreneurs have faced similar challenges, felt the dry mouth of rejection, and still persevered.
Let's build a community where young entrepreneurs can find encouragement and learn from each other's experiences.
These encounters become the driving force in an otherwise energy-draining and physically exhausting environment. Every compliment received is an XP point in the game of sales, fueling your determination to push through the challenges and reach new heights.
So, to all the introverted tech entrepreneurs out there, remember, amidst the rejection, there are those who see and appreciate your dedication – they are the ones keeping you in the game.
Keep going, and let the offline sales experience be a valuable learning ground in your entrepreneurial journey.