We have been getting many more calls lately by entrepreneurs starting companies. Maybe it's a sign of a recovering market of maybe it's just in the air. Whatever the reason you may be considering starting a new business it's good to looks at the reasons startups can fail. Here is a great article on the subject...

8 Reasons Startups With Good Ideas Fail

1. Give up. When it comes to business success stories, a common trend you’ll hear is that the founders never gave up. They stay completely committed to their idea, and don’t let the roadblocks slow them down or stop them. A sense of resilience may be the most important aspect of success. You may get a lot of “no’s” at first, but pushing through the negativity can mean the difference between success and failure.

2. Ideas alone are worthless. Ideas themselves don’t create successful startups. Chances are, if you’ve got an idea for a startup, someone else has already thought of it, too. Ideas themselves aren’t worth much—it’s the people behind the ideas that matter, and how committed they are to executing their vision. Read more...