Launching a new company is a stressful adventure that will forever change your life and alter the very essence of it. Here are some emotional points to consider when starting a business.

Dream
This is a critical part of any business adventure, the time when you research the markets and work out your advantages to complete the notion of becoming a business owner. The special moment of hope and inspiration is a warm spot filled with love for life. At this point, youíre probably not even aware of the possibilities of everything before you even think about taking the wildest ride of your life.

Money
This is like the anticipation of a roller coaster ride, the waiting in line that suggests at the idea that things arenít going to fall in to place as youíd like. After you are turned down by bank after bank, lender after lender, you start to believe that you should do something else. Finally, when you use your savings and remortgage your home. It only adds up to about half of what you need, but thatís part of it all.

Budgeting
Now youíre buying everything from office equipment to cell phones. Youíre still stuck in employee mentality, so you get all the nice stuff. Itís priced higher than what you need, but you canít do all the right things without it, right? In the early stages, you acquire clients and youíre moving along. Itís not enough, but thatís part of it all.

Expenses
Now that you have some money flowing in, itís not enough to cover everything. Now is the time to market. Youíre amazed at the fact that advertising is really expensive than you could possibly imagine. And itís not as productive as you believed. When youíre in this stage you start to experience a feeling of dread and spiteful emotions flying through your mind.

Crunching
Now that youíre experiencing your first fall, and you donít know how far bottom is or when youíll be able to get the hang of things. This time can be exceedingly stressful. Receipts slow as piles of bills never end. The distance between sales and expenses will never close. Month after month, sales increase, but they grow in a humble way. Meanwhile, your house bills are falling behind, and the thought of paying them off is at best an if.

Searching
Your humble sales arenít enough to cover your belief in long-term success. All you need is just a bit more money to keep things going. Youíre facing fear right in the eye. Your wife worries even more than you do, while insisting that your new idea will be the golden ticket out. Youíve convinced yourself at delayed success. After all, sales rose by nine percent last month, and expenses dropped by one percent. Time to pull out the dreaded credit cards.

New markets
If youíre business doesnít fail at searching stage, you may learn all the necessary hacks to run a successful business. You tweak this and that, experiment new ideas, gain the needed confidence to keep going with new clients. You include every piece of pen and paper. You network with capital sources from the next town over and now you make bankers a part of your team.

Now you know what it takes to run a business: you donít learn until you run out of money. The majority of people never make the cut. Even so, like the guy who never gives after trying one angle, if you can attack again from a different perspective, you can come out on top as you fight your way to the top.