This was the title of today’s CB Insight, a weekly newsletter that I get from (cbinsights.com).  While their article was about falling out of love with a project after an entrepreneur took an early lump sum reward, my story is about those who haven’t.

I am more interested in the opposite view, the love that is required to take a project forward.  The love that makes one get up, time after time, after time. The type of love that will keep you going regardless of the hurdles.  It is hard to imagine that someone would do that, but this is exactly what people like Ernest Shackleton had in their heart.

If you really want your startup or idea to be something and you really beleive in it, nothing will make you stop and no one will make you change your path.  You’ll take advice and maybe change route on this path, but your target must remain clear. Your vision of what it is you want to achieve and how you want to achieve it.

This is to story of many entrepreneurs and here is a picture of our Fuengirola chapter.  The ones who made the effort in turning up and the ones who are determined to make it work.

We hope to make this meeting a regular, so that we can share our love and passion.