You've got grit.
Chances are it took a lot of hard work and determination to get your business to where it is today. Angela Duckworth calls this "grit". In her book Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, she draws on the latest social science and interviews West Point cadets, winning coaches, National Spelling Bee finalists and CEOs to learn what different high achievers have in common.
What she found was that the people who could fall down, then stand up, dust themselves off and keep going were more likely to succeed. Grit mattered more than talent. Think of grit as your "why" plus a hedgehog approach to a growth mindset. It's about digging deep when you fall short or the work gets hard and pushing toward your goal. It's what you draw on during hard times to not only get through them but also come out stronger on the other side.