The new Spiderman movie, ‘Spiderman: Now Way Home’, is out. It is all anyone can talk about right now and with good cause! Spiderman is one of our favourite superheroes for many reasons. One of them is his ability to overcome challenges and keep moving forward. Therefore, this article is a reflection of some of the most inspiring moments from the Spiderman multi-verse for all QNET entrepreneurs. In addition, we’ll look at a few important lessons that QNET entrepreneurs can learn to overcome challenges in their business. (There’s nothing to worry about, no spoilers here!)
How to Overcome Challenges in business like Spiderman?
Challenges are part and parcel of business, just like they are part and parcel of Spiderman’s adventures. Sometimes an individual might feel overwhelmed due to unfavourable circumstances. To inspire and motivate all the entrepreneurs out there, here are a few important lessons from our friendly neighbourhood, Spiderman.
1) Don’t give up when faced with rejections
Most of us remember the famous scene from the first Spiderman movie featuring Tobey Maguire, where he stands on top of a building trying to figure out how to release web-shooters. The chances are that he probably tried an inordinate amount of times before figuring out the right technique. Let’s imagine if he had just given up and walked away. He would probably have never been able to discover his secret power and become everybody’s favourite superhero.
Another instance comes from the new Spiderman movie, Spiderman: No Way Home, when the admissions office at MIT rejects Peter Parker and his friends. Now, under such circumstances, giving up would be the easy option. But not for Spiderman! He makes an effort to convince the head of admissions, even if it comes at the expense of fighting a supervillain from a different universe.
Now, an entrepreneur might face rejections from many prospects and customers. Rather than viewing the rejection as a failure and giving up altogether, it is important for an entrepreneur to keep trying until they are successful. In essence, entrepreneurs need to overcome their inhibitions and keep moving forward in the face of rejections.