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How do you and your co-founder decide on something when you have opposing opinions?
We try and be really honest and upfront about our concerns with any issue that we may have opposing issues on, whether it is something small like a UX change, or bigger matters like company direction or looking for funding etc. One critical thing to keep in the back of your mind in situations like this is: “We are all on the same side”. Every stakeholder in the business is looking for the best outcomes, so try and remember this if you ever feel like the other party is ‘attacking’ you – 99% of the time, they are not, but rather they are thinking they are doing what is best for the company. As well as explaining your point of view, try and back it up with evidence and facts, rather than emotion. A wise man once told me: “If nobody is happy with a final decision, then it is... Read the rest of the answer here.

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