Every small business is born from excitement and enthusiasm. Without large doses of both, no venture can hope to succeed.

But exuberance to such an extent that it clouds better judgment and masks the multiple realities of launching a business is not a good thing, says George Leddicotte, principal at Small Business Advisory Group in Clovis, Calif., and it can bring a great idea to its knees before that idea even gets off the ground.

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