A business school professor who studied 20,000 startup founders says 'going ugly' can be the key to a successful partnership — or marriage
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Most of us try to avoid tough conversations, but the most successful people tackle awkward subjects head on.

A professor who studied 20,000 startup founders said "going ugly" and addressing uncomfortable issues can help you both in the business world and in romantic relationships.

From planning for the departure of a company's cofounder to drawing up a prenuptial agreement, "going ugly" tends to benefit all parties in the long run.

It's human nature to want to avoid tough conversations.

But the...


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