I've spent quite a lot of time, met quite a lot of people, but still am failing at trying to find a cofounder for my startup.
I've gone to numerous tech-meetups, met 1:1 with quite a few people, have skyped with a few as well, but I run into the same situation over and over (with biz cofounders):
- They see the industry I'm going for as boring . (info security)
- They are already working on their own ideas and don't care much to want to switch.
- They do not want to potentially partner until there is a product (we're talking cofounder here; no employee).
I'm upfront, and honest with past failed startups I've worked in due to previous cofounder different viewpoints.
I'm been working for 4 months by myself figuring I could do everything from prod dev to customer dev to everything else, but it seems to be too much to try to handle myself alone.
What am I doing wrong here? Or have I just not found the right person yet and have found all more-or-less not good cofounders? Should I just work on a product in the meantime? I've read extensively about product development happening alongside customer development.