Entrepreneurship can feel like an illness—working day and night with big vision, but little cash flow. Some businesses work. Some don't. At a certain point you have to decide: Is my business thriving or do I need to make a major change, or even fold?
On the one hand, sales can take years to build. Some businesses fail because founders give uptoo early.
On the other hand, if you're not seeing revenue trend to the positive and your bank account is wearing thin, there may be a fundamental flaw in your model.
Angela Jia Kim, founder of Savor the Success, notes, "You have to push hardest when you launch—like giving birth to a baby.
"At some point that baby must grow up and take care of you and start giving you a paycheck, or else what’s the point of having a business? If you feel stagnant or unmotivated around finding solutions to challenges, maybe it's time to reinvent."