Top 5 mistakes of new startups

Aizan Ali
5 min readAug 22, 2020
Top 5 mistakes of new startups
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Starting a startup always be a dream for everyone.Whether its you and me.We always have dream to do something in life to get success,fame,money,and also for healthy lifestyle,etc

As we know on every year thousand and thousand of new business came in the startup line.But it’s not stop here, According to a Survey more than 69% of startups starts from their home.

But the more depressing report that i found that was quite hilarious. However, every year thousands of new entrepreneurs starts their business but heart breaking thing is more than half of them could not get success in their startup journey.

So Here We discuss Few top Secrets about startups that no one is discussing.

Lack of Passion/Focus

According to research found that the most common causes for a startup failure are “Lack of Passion”

Many entrepreneurs start their business venture without having a interest.Its possible that in beginning you enjoy what you’re doing but after clock is ticking you start realizing that you’re not made to do boring things.

However, a time is came when you try to avoid everything and that cause depression,anxiety,etc

“You have to be burning with an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right. If you’re not passionate enough from the start, you’ll never stick it out.”-Steve Jobs

No Skills or Poor Marketing

Knowing your intended interest group and realizing how to stand out enough to be noticed and convert them to leads and eventually clients is one of the most significant aptitudes of a successful business. In any case, powerlessness to advertise was a typical disappointment particularly among authors who got a kick out of the chance to code or manufacture item yet who didn’t relish the the idea of promoting product.

As Overto composed,

“Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.”- Jim Rohn

“line among life and death of web access is various clients. For the underlying time frame the numbers were developing deliberately. At that point we hit the roof of what we could accomplish easily. It was a chance to do some promoting. Sadly nobody of us was talented here. Much more terrible, nobody had sufficient opportunity to fill the hole. That would be another plug in the event that we managed the issues referenced previously.”

Product Mistimed

In the event that you discharge your item too soon, clients may discount it as not sufficient and getting them back might be troublesome if their initial introduction of you is negative. What’s more, in the event that you discharge your item past the point of no return, you may have botched your window of chance in the market.

As a Calxeda representative stated,

“In [Calxeda’s] case, we moved quicker than our clients could move. We moved with tech that wasn’t generally prepared for them — ie, with 32-piece when they needed 64-piece. We moved when the working framework condition was all the while being fleshed out — [Ubuntu Linux maker] Canonical is good, yet where is Red Hat? We were too soon.”

“Content builds relationships. Relationships are built on trust. Trust drives revenue.” — Andrew Davis

VR stage Vreal expected to assemble an augmented experience space for computer game decorations to spend time with their watchers and brought nearly $12M up in its 2018 Series A. Be that as it may, the accessible equipment and data transfer capacity abilities didn’t advance as quick as the organization had expected, and however it conveyed on its guarantee, Vreal attempted to pull in any noteworthy utilization:

“Tragically, the VR showcase never created as fast as we as a whole had trusted, and we were unquestionably comparatively radical. Subsequently, Vreal is closing down activities and our brilliant colleagues are proceeding onward to different chances.”

Not the Right Team

According to CB Insights, one of the top 20 reasons that startups fail is not having the right team.

Why the Right Team is Important

Presently, not to attempt to destroy your day or anything, yet did you realize that 90% of all new companies fall flat? You likely did. As indicated by CB Insights, one of the best 20 reasons that new companies fall flat isn’t having the correct group. Out of 101 bombed new businesses, 23% self-ascribed that inability to an inappropriate group.

“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” — Michael Jordan

Be that as it may, we feel that number is in reality much higher. Simply take a gander at the other top reasons on the rundown for startup disappointment. Those incorporated no market (42%), coming up short on money (29%), an item without a plan of action (17%), and disregarded clients (14%).

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” — Henry Ford

Be that as it may, with the correct group, the vast majority of these issues would be understood, or through and through not exist. Consider it — the correct group will understand their thought isn’t working early enough to turn, and will have tried their item in the market before propelling it. Essentially, a solid group will need the endeavor succeed, and will buckle down for it.

What Makes a Great Team?

Trust is at the root of your team

Every team member feels responsible for the venture

Every team member is motivated

Founder’s visions are complimentary

liking each other

Run out of Cash

Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant. — P.T. Barnum

You can have a beneficial business and still fall flat. Truth be told, the main explanation behind business disappointment is under-capitalization — Run out of cash. As most entrepreneurs know, benefits don’t approach income.

It takes money to put resources into framework, establish the framework for future development, and assemble limit. A lot of these money prerequisites appear on the cash flow statement and asset report, however not on the income statement.

There are three certain signs that your business might be setting out toward a money emergency:

One: No cash flow projections or cash budget

Two: Rapid growth

Three: Early stage development


Every Years plenty of new startups are came in the business world.But half of them failed in First year…Due to lack of passion,run out of cash,Not having trustful people,Wrong product,and mistimed…

Startups are not small time investment you have to sacrifice many things to reach that level.So no one beat you.Its Hard but its not impossible- Aizan Ali



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