As a CEO of a Startup, Is It Normal to Argue With Your Co-founder Early On?

You May Be Surprised That It’s Better To Argue. Here’s Why.

1. It Is Normal To Argue With Your Co-founder Early On

2. It Helps You To Reach A Consensus

3. You Can Learn A Lot From Each Other By Arguing Early On

4. It Gives You A Better Understanding Of Each Other

5. It Helps You To Identify Your Strengths And Weaknesses Early On

6. You Can Learn How To Handle Stress And Pressure Early On

7. It Gives You A Better Understanding Of Your Co-founder’s Personality

8. It Breaks The Ice Between You And Your Co-founder Early On

9. It Shows Your Co-founder That You Are Not Afraid To Discuss

10. It Helps You To Take The Right Decisions For The Company’s Future Growth

Founder of Cudy Technologies (www.cudy.co), a full-stack EdTech startup helping teachers and students teach and learn better. I am also a mentor and investor.