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Entrepreneurs, you’ve got six seconds to tell your story, or at least to tell the audience why they should care enough to know it.
In the VUCA-filled world most entrepreneurs live in every day, being agile trumps sticking to a plan. Sticking to a plan is not the same as having a strategy, and having a strategy can keep you alive and moving forward.
As social entrepreneurs, we’re hardwired to stay focused on achieving impact at scale. But that’s a destination we may not achieve for years, if at all, and in the meantime, our happiness may depend on forgetting about scale, even if only for a few moments each day.
This post is as much a plea as it is an opinion. Let’s spend the time it takes to understand the communities we wish to help and the problems we want to solve – before we start rapidly prototyping solutions.
Considering the hard factors is important, but it’s the soft factors that really matter when picking your co-founder.
Deciding whether to go it alone or bring on a co-founder can be the most important decision you make as an entrepreneur.