Every startup founder knows that running a startup means constantly handling problems. You have funding issues. Employee issues. Support issues. Product issues. Sales issues. One day, your most important sales partner tells you they are no longer interested in the market and stops selling your product. Another day, your co-founder comes down with a health issue and all development stops to a halt. Some people compare running a startup to riding a roller-coaster. For me, it more often resembles a game of dodging bullets.