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Not every Entrepreneur wants a business partner, and not everyone NEEDS a business partner. Some industries are less physically demanding and require less literal heavy lifting than others, like tech vs. manufacturing, even if they require the same amount of figurative heavy lifting. Some people are just loners and believe they work better on their own than with a co-founder. 9 times out of 10, when you hear about a successful company, you hear 1 name, like #SteveJobs, #BillGates, or #LarryEllison, and assume they were solo founders. The truth is, 9 times out of 10, those big names had co-founders. It’s very rare for a company to become extremely successful with only 1 founder who took the company from idea to superstar status. But every now and then, a very talented individual comes along and starts a company all alone.
Here’s the story of a few successful entrepreneurs who decided to go it alone, and how they did it: Entrepreneurs Who Go It Alone — By Choice – Entrepreneurial Insights – TIME