Best-case scenario you are wasting your time on a half-baked project that you think you can make fly with a couple of good moves. Nope, it’s not going to work, sorry. Oh I see, if you only got that seed capital… and you don’t understand why ‘they’ don’t even listen to you.
Still, you always think of that friend-of-a-friend who made it and obtained funding for his part-time startup activity. This makes for a…
Worst-case scenario is the natural consequence. The business doesn’t work, and investors keep pumping money in a venture for the fear of losing what they invested there already. Clearly they never heard of the ‘sunk-cost’ concept. Additionally, with all that money and very little time put into the startup by the startupper, it’s easy to fall in the trap of hiring too early, which is terrible! Not only for the money, also for the people that got hired. The part-time startupper is making them waste time.
You’re not like that, are you?