Choosing a Co-Founder: 3 Mistakes to Avoid
It’s important to learn from your mistakes as an entrepreneur, but don’t make choosing a co-founder one of those lessons.
It’s important to have a co-founder, and not just because you want someone to celebrate with when you get purchased by Google. You want your co-founder to not only complete the knowledge that you lack, but be an integral member of a truly awesome team.
Which is why, in this guest post at OnStartups, Jessica Alter, co-founder and CEO of FounderDating, says choosing a co-founder is such an important step in starting your business.
Alter explains why need, approach and timing are three of the biggest and most common mistakes entrepreneurs make when searching for their co-founder. And while you’ll wisely learn from many of your mistakes over the course of your career, don’t put yourself through the pain of choosing the wrong co-founder. That’s a lesson best learned from the mistakes of others.
Read the full post at OnStartups by clicking the “Full Story” button below.
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