Here at Lendio, our passion is seeing people live the American Dream. Not only are people improving their own lives by running a business, they’re improving a community. A lot of the people we interview for Faces of Main Street powered by Lendio, a site dedicated to telling every entrepreneur's story, give some really great business advice. Here’s some great advice on how to grow your successful business. Hire The Right People Name: TK Robinson & Kelly Quentin Company: Rocky Mountain Lighting & Controls Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Website: rmlc-utah.com Advice: "It takes really great people to run a business, so we hired people that we know really well and trust. Without the right people, it can be hard to be successful. You can have the best product in the world, but without the right people it’s going to be hard to be successful. Try to think of everything before you start your business instead of figuring it out along the way. To read the rest of their story, click here. Stick With It, Success Doesn't Happen Overnight Name: Maggie Dwyer Company: Cape Cod Soy Candle Location: Marstons Mills, Massachusetts Website: capecodsoycandle.com Advice: "Stick with it! Success doesn't happen overnight. It's dedication, constant evolution, learning and growing. Even the mistakes are huge learning experiences! If you feel strongly about your product/idea/skill, jump in with both feet and go for it! The world always needs new products from creative minds. Don't leave it to the big box companies. Small, humble and unique is where it's at." To read the rest of their story, click here. Be Passionate About Your Business 24/7 Name: SuAn Chow Company: Chow Truck Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Website: chowtruck.com Advice: "Reality TV is not reality, so don’t watch so much television. Be passionate and give the idea your 24/7 attention. Pay attention to every detail and spend a lot of time growing your business." To read the rest of their story, click here. Faces Of Main Street is on a mission to tell the inspiring stories of the 28 million small businesses and entrepreneurs of America. We believe every story deserves to be told. These stories echo the American business dream of courage, determination, and hard work. The whole nation, everyone, can help us. For more information, visit www.facesofmainstreet.com.