Non-committed people are difficult to work with. In a startup, it's like a game of poker - the odds can change quickly. You need people you can rely on and depend on whether the future is looking bleak or like a pretty sunrise. Non-committal people don't tend to become more committed when the situation gets worse, they usually bail, leaving the company to die.
So if I summarize this all nicely, I believe you'll have a great chance for success if you:
- Build the right product
- Sell that product
- Don't run out of cash
- Don't let yourself ruin your company
- Staff for talent and commitment