Running a startup is a lot like dating someone, and there are many similarities between the two. So let’s take a look at five dating tips that can also be applied to running a tech firm:
- Starting a Relationship Is Like Building a Startup
- Using Past Relationships to Get More Friends Is Like Using Past Clients to Expand Your Business Network
- Maintaining a Relationship Is Like Maintaining a Marketing Campaign
- Introducing Your Partner to Your Family Is Like Getting Investors
- Having Common Interests Are Like Two Startups Becoming Partners
Read more: 5 Ways Running a Startup Is Like Dating [Tech.co]
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