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Cofounder…I Hardly Know Her (or Him)

“What’s the worst that could happen?”

Ahh, yes — the famous last words usually followed by the worst thing that could possibly happen. Maybe not right after, but at some point, it usually comes back to bite you in the ass.

For me, this foolish question came right after I agreed to start a company with two other freelancers.




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Writer, designer, bad pun refiner.

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