Ariel Kaye, CEO and Founder of Parachute, a luxury, direct-to-consumer bedding and linens company.
“People appreciate persistence. I’d take the feedback that I got in those meetings and put it to work. Then I said 'Hey! I’m back, and I listened.’”
“It’s easy to make a very small thing so big that you stop moving forward. Like any startup, we’ve got fires to put out. I realized that the moments I was sweating the small stuff I wasn’t able to focus on other things, see progress, or cut myself a break…As long as you keep learning and improving, and make sure that things in the past don’t happen again, you're able to resolve them faster.”
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