Don’t be afraid if you are peering over the abyss, you are not alone

Setbacks in starting a technology company should only make you stronger, say entrepreneurs
For every technology start-up that makes it big, another nine fail — and it can happen at startling, hugely stressful speed. “We are always on the brink of making it big or losing everything,” Sean Percival, an American entrepreneur and former MySpace executive, wrote on his blog in February, having just learnt that the co-founder of Ecomom, a young company that sold eco-friendly products for children, had committed suicide of an apparent blip of his business.

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