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Breaking up can become inevitable

When co-founders cannot have honest disagreements and have not had a real conversation in a long time, there might come a time when a breakup is inevitable.

The CEO's job is now not how to repair the relationship but how to separate most effectively and least destructively. It is best not to have a 50/50 deadlock. It might be reasonable for the CEO to have an extra share in the event of a 50-50 deadlock.

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Every relationship has ebbs and flows. When you disagree, you don't have to come to a resolution. Instead, you can pause for a while.

It's vital to keep decisions in writing as we seldom remember things the way they went down.

Whatever skills a co-founder has when they join the company are not the only skills they'll ever have.

Adding co-founders later on can cause them to think that it's not their company. However, doing things together in the earliest stages will help people step up when they go through hard times.

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