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Startup Co-CEOs Problems

The fact the team can't agree on a leader indicates the lack of ability to make difficult decisions.
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Zettelkasten, March 22, 2022
## Notes - Very few successful startups have co-CEOs or shared leadership. Two things happen: 1. Every decision becomes excruciatingly difficult. 2. Investors won't invest when they see redundant roles in the company. - Organizations with co-CEOs frequently fail. - The fact the team can't agree on a leader indicates the lack of ability to make difficult decisions. ## References - [The Startup Playbook](/the-startup-playbook) ## Backlinks - [Startup CEO](/zettel/startup-ceo)
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