Even with all of the latest advancements in enterprise technologies, your odds of starting a successful business are close to none. Not to discourage you, but before you dive into any new venture, understand that 9 out of 10 startups will fail, most of which only a year or so after funding. Realize that for every multi-billion-dollar unicorn, there are countless ideas, no matter how promising they may be, that never catch on with users. For entrepreneurs, the sooner you realize that failure is a non-zero inevitability, the better, as setting expectations and getting your team on the same page is crucial to avoid burnout and maintain momentum The Odyssey Online. Bringing a sense of cautious optimism to the table will save many friendships and prevent complete chaos. The problem with facing the bluntness (and bleakness) of reality is that sustained failure can be extremely challenging to deal with, especially with the odds seemingly always stacked...
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