Recently on an episode of Shark Tank, four different start-ups were looking for investors and cash. One business made socks that do not easily fall off of children, and another company developed a high-quality charging pad. There was a business that made jewelry out of loved ones or even pets that passed away and another business that sold polo shirts that didn’t wrinkle, fade, or stain. Will all these businesses succeed? They all seemed like good ideas, but statistically, seven out to 10 businesses fail in 10 years. I found a site that listed 10 ‘Shark Tank’ failures. These failures ranged from legal issues, working relationship challenges with investors, and cash flow challenges.