Ace fashion designer Steve Madden has contemplated quitting the fashion industry more now than ever before, although he is proud of the wonderful company he has created.
Because I'm an entrepreneur, maybe there's nothing I can do anymore.
Madden, 59, who founded his eponymous label in 1990, says he goes through phases when he thinks there is nothing more he can do to improve his label and he should give up his career, but other days he feels incredible and valuable, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Speaking to Marie Claire Online, Madden said, "More now, actually. I suppose there were moments then, but really, now. The pupils are better than the teacher. And as the teacher and the builder, I have to figure out another way that I can add value to my company".
"So, now, because I'm an entrepreneur, maybe there's nothing I can do anymore. Maybe I should just quit - I have thought that. But then I have incredible days where I feel valuable," he added.