As a small business owner there will be times when you get discouraged. It's not because you're doing something wrong (most of the time) but simply part of the "fun" of being in business.
Talk to your network - they'll get you back on course.
Talk to your mates - they'll make you laugh and forget about your problems.
Talk to your clients - they'll get you doing stuff so you forget.
There are always people to talk to and help you move on from whatever got your discouraged - and you'll soon be back in positive mode
2. Don’t get discouraged. Running a company isn’t a goal -- it’s a long, winding road. Enjoy the process! Unless your goal is to cash out, and you’ve got some built-in exit strategy, chances are you want a long-term entrepreneurial career. You will have ups, and you will have downs -- possibly in the same week or even day. You will gain amazing clients and lose others for reasons fair and unfair. That’s all part of having a business. I’ve yet to encounter a single business owner who’s reached some grand, stable plateau beyond failure, disappointment and doubt. We all experience it. Instead of discouragement, focus on becoming more resilient, on learning how to handle stress productively.