Everybody in startup land heard at least once in her life that in Silicon Valley, “failing is accepted, it’s part of the local culture and that you can fail and two weeks later you can raise money for a new venture.” That’s true, but be honest, failing with your startup dreams SUCKS!
When you launch a new company, you can’t say if it will be a major success or not. For sure, you work and fight to make it a hit. That said, founders live in a continuous state of uncertainty because they are creating something new, solving a problem that is still unsolved. Solutions might exist, but they don’t work for many people for a number of reasons: the solution exits but it’s outdated, the product is too complicated, or simply it doesn’t give users what they need.