Famous stand-up comedians have said, they often started their careers with no laughs from an audience.
Then on occassion, they would get a chuckle from one of the waitresses.
That told them, they were starting to get somewhere in their careers.
Then after some more attempts, a few of the audience members would start to find them funny.
Then as they continue to modify, revise and get in front of more people, more and more were laughing.
You might be starting out with no interviews, no offers, no attention, but like comedians, that’s all a part of the process.
“My psychiatrist told me I was crazy and I said I want a second opinion. He said okay, you’re ugly too.” ~Rodney Dangerfield