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Is the answer to date someone equally driven and entrepreneurial? After years of personal experience, I've found that two entrepreneurs understand one another's drive, but don't provide great emotional support. This doesn't help you when you need a shoulder to cry on.
Even if you decide to work together, who takes on the responsibilities of home?
In her book, "He's Just Not Your Type (And That's a Good Thing)," Andrea Syrtash explains how she realized what kind of partner she needed: "When I fell for Michael, for the first time in my life I challenged my own definition of success.
I realized that a successful man was one who nurtured and supported the well-being of our home and contributed to our emotional savings account.
And even though I don't understand he is so patient, I remind him how thankful I am every day.Picking a co-founder is incredibly important, but people rarely talk about picking a spouse.He would regularly deposit love, respect and open communication.He would make his marriage and family a priority...It's true that when you are building your business, you will spend more time with your co-founders than you do your own family, so you need to like your business partners.