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Startup with one founder is more likely to fail than the startup with two. Because people who have two different views can create something better, while startup with one founder is limited to the opinion of one person. But before you start looking for a companion, know what you do for your startup and what type of work you would want your partner to do. Look for somebody who will complete you. You want to bring two skill sets to the table, not just double yours. Create a portrait of an ideal partner and start looking.

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People invest in startups for various reasons, from diversifying their portfolio to wanting to change the world. But there is a big risk involved with investing in startups because of high failure rate. On the other hand, success ful startups tend to skyrocket because of the buzz around them and their innovativeness. And to be able to invest in the next big company you need to choose very carefully.

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Starting a startup may seem like a difficult thing to do, especially if you take into account startup failure rate (some say 9 of 10 fail, some say 5 of 10). But if you never try, you will never know if you succeed. And before you start you need to prepare yourself with those 9 things.

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Startups are associated with innovation and failure. Unfortunately, a lot of startups will never launch or fail shortly after the launch due to the lack of experience and mistakes. And many startups lock themselves in a fear that someone will steal their brilliant idea instead of sharing their projects with the online or offline communities to get feedback. When you are on your own even smallest mistakes may seem like they are impossible to solve. But with the help of the community, those mistakes will appear manageable.

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