Business 101: Why Persistence Is So Important

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In business, it’s so important to be persistent. Why? Check out the video to find out, thanks for watching!

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4 comments


  1. Rhonda

    Rachel,
    This is a very good video. I like what you have to say. Thank you.
    Rhonda

  2. Mobile Home Gurl

    Thanks Rhonda, I'm glad you enjoyed the video!

  3. Julie Broad

    Persistence is probably the most important trait in any small business owner and real estate investor. When I look at what has led me to succeed or even better what's led big guys like Richard Branson and even Donald Trump to succeed it is that they did NOT give up.

    Happy Holidays to you Rachel! You're awesome!!!!

  4. Mobile Home Gurl

    Most definitely, Julie! It's really the obstacles and the frustrations where I learn the most. Getting past them and moving forward is where some of my best lessons have been learned.

    Happy Holidays to you too Julie, thanks for the kind words – you're pretty awesome yourself! :)