Being successful in a venture requires more than just a great and innovative idea. According to an article on the Harvard Business Review, there are many components that go into success. One of the examples highlighted is that of being able to ask for money. This can be in the form of acquiring investors, or making sales. If the person in charge of the business is unable to actually go through with making the sales, all of the knowledge and confidence in the entrepreneurship venture will go to waste.
The article then goes on to say that there is no clear cut way of making this happen. Different people cope with this issue in different ways. The important thing is to ensure that they develop the ability to go through with making sales, without which there can be no success, no matter how innovative their company or product is.