What Could Be The Warning Signs of a Bad Co-founder?
There are a lot of warning flags to look out for, especially when you’re going to be working with them for a very long time:
Most of all, this rules above should apply to yourself. There will be tons of successful people who don’t listen, name drop, etc., but they tend not to keep or have co-founders. So if you’re constantly name dropping, not letting anyone else speak, you don’t follow through on things that you said you are going to do, and assume that you’re always right and that you don’t need to be asking questions, you’re going to have a hard time finding a co-founder.
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