Most experienced entrepreneurs advise upstart entrepreneurs to find a partner to help them on their journey. The problem with this advice is that if you are not on a college campus with a bunch of young risk takers to pick a co-founder from, it can be difficult to find a partner.
This is a problem I’ve faced head on. So when I read Kevin Dewalt’s article titled The right time to search for a co-founder it opened my eyes to a brand new perspective that no advisor in the past suggested.
Kevin states that:
Unfortunately if you’re over 30 or live outside of a startup hub finding the right early co-founder is tough. My advice is to stop looking for a co-founder and to start getting traction.