You’ve been coming up with ideas, talking with friends and mentors, working out the numbers and have finally settled on the idea that will be the foundation for your start-up. But you know you don’t have all the skills and abilities it’s going to require to succeed. You realise you can’t do it alone and perhaps in a post-COVID-19 world it will make even greater sense to also share the risk.
You’re looking for a co-founder.
When I interview founders, I often find they can’t see the full potential of their business. They don’t see beyond their vision because they either don’t listen to others or don’t allow themselves to be challenged.
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