Assuming you’re fortunate enough to have investors, one of the things they’ll do is give you advice — solicited and unsolicited. And since your investors are smart, you should listen to everything they have to say, right? Wrong.
Starting a company is really hard. Co-founder conflict is responsible for 65% of startup failure. Under this tension, co-founders can often say hurtful things to each other. Here are some tips on how to apologize well.