Roughly only 30% of the potential co-founders I chat with for 5-mins or more believe that getting meaningful results in the real world is less important than first reaching agreements about who owns what and why. Examples of things to be owned might included equity, control, intellectual property, etc.
Is it wrong to put off talking about who owns what and why, and if so, why?
(In general, my approach has just been to avoid co-founders that want to focus on creating a well defined ownership structure instead of focusing on results, but may I'm wrong. If so, please explain why.)