How you can identify if you would benefit from having a co-founder or a business partner
Starting and growing a business is a lot of work and takes commitment. Having a co-founder or business partner can help you gain momentum or help you grow faster than on your own, but it's not necessarily the best solution for every founder.
Benefits of partnering with others. (3:25)
Basic definitions of what it means to work with a co-founder or in a partnership. (4:17)
The difference between a co-founder and a partner. (6:25)
How to identify if you would benefit from having a co-founder or partner. (9:06)
Why you always have options. (13:35)
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