Cubicle Ninjas, the super creative design studio I watch assemble before me, ranks second on Google now for cubicle. Because I can’t ever be happy, here comes the concern: we don’t have any cubicles, sell cubicles, or know a thing about cubicles. As elated as I am by the whimsy of this, I feel like I need to raise my hand to alert an adult.

singlefounderwithtrainingwheels

I was having a chat with two other gentlemen at the eMarketing Association conference (eM13) this evening when I noticed something: we were all single founders with training wheels. What’s that? Read on. The data shows that single founders fail the hardest when launching a new business. Paul Graham, the respected serial¬†entrepreneur,¬†even goes as far as labeling it the #1 reason start-ups fail. According to him: What’s wrong with having one founder? To start with, it’s a vote of no confidence. It probably means the founder couldn’t talk…