When you’re tasting a little bit of success, it’s easy to start letting arrogance creep in.
Arrogance kills. It blinds you to learning from other people.
It alienates partners, staff and customers.
It attracts the wrong kind of people, ie: arrogant people.
It masks insecurity.
It makes enemies.
No matter how successful you become, always remind yourself of how lucky you’ve been, and how many risks there still are down the road.
Every day accept that you’re not perfect, that you’re vulnerable, that you don’t have all the answers, that you could still fail.