6 Founders Share What Still Scares Them About Entrepreneurship -- and How They Push Past These Fears Running a business is scary -- and parts of it will always be scary.
1. The money man
"I'm petrified of my accountant. Coming from a creative background, I've long managed to avoid dealing with finances. Now as CEO of a denim brand, I have to manage P&L statements and ensure that we are optimized at every level. Setting a standing appointment with my accountant every two weeks has made it a little less intimidating. Plus, every morning I check the previous day's sales so we can actively adjust spend in real time and make smarter decisions."
-- Sarah Ahmed, founder and CEO, Warp + Weft