About 65% of startups will break-up due to people issues. In this section, you’ll learn about the three main co-founder fail categories that cause a majority of people issues and why you need to start paying attention to this relationship..
Getting your co-founder and investor agreements in order can help you navigate through growth and tough times. In this section, you’ll learn about key business items to get in order in case a co-founder decides to leave.
Understanding the strengths and weaknesses, goals, and needs of your co-founder can help avoid the wear and tear on the relationship. In this section, you’ll learn how to develop a healthy rhythm of communication to keep your company moving forward.
Co-founder roles will change over time. And identifying who does what and how you make decisions for the company is crucial to maintaining a healthy relationship. In this section, you’ll learn how to set clear roles with your co-founder as the stakes get higher.
If there’s something your co-founder is doing that bothers you, it’s best to communicate these concerns early-on, and in a respectful way. In this section, you’ll learn key tactics to having difficult conversations and managing disagreements before the relationship blows up.
Without co-founder trust, your company could be headed for break-up. In this section, you’ll learn how to build a foundation of trust with your co-founder in good and difficult times through honest and clear communication.
Making sure you’re aligned with your co-founder can help mitigate problems while building a business. This exercise is designed to help you craft conversation starters with your co-founder and strengthen your relationship.