Failed Startups Can Be a Good Thing
More than likely, if you’ve ever run a startup (or are planning) to you’ll likely come across this phenomenon: failure to launch from a fear of embarrassment. This happened to me.
Here’s what happened: we were three partners: all big idea guys, with varying sizes of networks. One guy was very social and had a huge network, the second guy not as much, and me least of all. The main skill I brought to the team was the technical ability – I rocked code – going from zero to what I thought was MVP in about 6 weeks on my own (the other guys were good but weren’t coders).