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Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. He called the naysayers dream thieves, filled with negativity and fear. Your dreams make them feel small. It's hard for anyone to pursue their dreams with confidence if they're surrounded by negativity. I kept these dream treasures tucked away in a safe place within my soul, out of reach to those who doubted me.
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Entrepreneurs are optimists and dreamers. Unfortunately, their friends and family don't always share their vision. The people you love the most are often the ones who can "infect your dreams with doubt and negativity," according to Perry. They simply don't understand the magnitude of your dreams.
If you want to avoid being infected by doubt and negativity, you can do two things. First, take Perry's advice and keep those dreams tucked away in a safe place within your soul.
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Second, build relationships with people Perry calls Root People. Perry says he sees relationships with employees, partners, friends, and mentors as a "tree of life. You can't count on them. Once they get what they need from you, they drift away. Branch people are more solid--until they are tested.
They split when the going gets rough.
When I was writing my first book, colleagues told me that I should give up.