There is some part of emotions always associated with entrepreneurship. It could be with an idea, team, or journey. I have been talking to a lot of friends, and everyone agrees to it.

The experienced funders suggest being more rational and less emotional. We are dealing with humans, and there will be differences with co-founders, teams, customers, investors, and emotions will only affect adversely.

Building a startup should be like running a sports team: everyone knows what their defined role is and how their performance elevate or deprecate the team. That is what Reed Hasting’s analogy. I reluctantly agree with his view now.