Welder’s Flash: Why a Startup fails / The People Side…!

‘It isn’t the mountain ahead to climb that wear you out; it is the pebble in your shoe’

-Muhammad Ali

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Have you ever witnessed a welding process?

A picture of penetrative glaring iridescent light will materialize in our thoughts.

Welder’s flash, an irritation of the cornea, is caused by ultraviolet radiation from the arc during welding. The willing victim is habitually oblivious that he has been significantly wide-open to a likely damage until several hours later.

Same is with Startups. If there’s anything that can drown a venture, it is the founder’s passion. The golden rule that “chasing your passion indemnities success”, is almost like nursing a gritty arc-eye. Passion alone isn’t enough to craft your success map, because in any Startup, success is achieved by programed actions and hard work of entire team. Founder’s passion, the most indispensable prerequisite, may turned out to be a crucial cause of an adverse impairment.

We are in very exiting times for entrepreneurial ventures. Until very recently, there has never been so many role models for “24/7 Plugged-in Young Minds” ever before. Success stories are frolicked at every corner. Confident and ambitious young minds are no more afraid to question conventional epitomes for pursuing a meaningful challenge in life. Yet, many Startups have evaporated within first few years of the launch. Why? Continue reading