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Startup with one founder is more likely to fail than the startup with two. Because people who have two different views can create something better, while startup with one founder is limited to the opinion of one person. But before you start looking, know what you do for your startup and what type of work you would want your partner to do. Look for somebody who will complete you. You want to bring two skill sets to the table, not just double yours.
In big companies, there is a person responsible for managing projects, but startups usually can’t afford to hire somebody to just manage their small projects, so they do it themselves. And without experience and knowledge, it is very easy to create a mess and make the team’s work more complicated. But managing small and simple projects is relatively feasible when you are doing it correctly.
Starting a startup may seem like a difficult thing to do, especially if you take into account startup failure rate (some say 9 of 10 fail, some say 5 of 10). But if you never try, you will never know if you succeed. And before you start you need to prepare yourself with those 9 things.