Usually, things come in series… But when it comes to disagreements between founders, it’s basically every few weeks or days, especially with a portfolio of 700+ companies like Kima Ventures. Usually, an untold truth has been kept secret for far too long and suddenly the whole situation bursts into flame. Over the years, I have gained a sixth sense about those things and I have warned many entrepreneurs about their co-founders, whether they have demonstrated to be struggling, faking or simply failing. I have even pointed out situations years before they happen, and too many times unfortunately. It’s scary, but I have never been wrong so far. I have advised, thoroughly enough, all those founders to face the brutal truth with transparency and honesty as soon as possible to avoid a painful situation in the future. Unfortunately, most of the time, they haven’t listened and either had to cope later on with very difficult situations or have used their energy (at the expense of their closed-ones) to make their co-founders look good towards investors or buyers.