“One of the great lines in couples therapy is, ‘Stay connected through conflict,’” says Goldstein, who has been married 13 years. “That’s what Billy and I continue to try to do. Neither of us is a great communicator.”
Later on, Chasen agrees. “We all have the same goal, and Seth is always trying to help guide me,” he says. “I can be stubborn sometimes, but it’s good to have somebody calling me on things. It sometimes comes off as bickering or fighting. But we both help each other.”
—So obviously the way we are all going to rich is by founding sick start-ups, but this Fast Company piece about the hard times being had by the co-founders of Turntable.fm is a pretty cautionary tale. Running a company together is hard! Also the Internet is fickle.