Finding resourceful co-founders?

Hi. I'm a full stack developer and I reached a point in time where I think it would be much more valuable for me to work on my own projects instead of client projects. I have experience in building diverse types of web-apps and I have plenty of ideas, however I am very much lacking in the marketing and management sector of business. Ideally, I would be looking for someone with a good professional network, digital marketing experience, etc. to start a project together. How would I go about finding a person like this? Most people I know are very comfortable working in traditional environments, with a steady paycheck and would seldom think about adventuring in building a new business. Hope this reddit community can share a bit of insight in this problem, for me and other newcomers alike. Thank you.

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How can we teach ourselves to be “relentlessly resourceful”?

Hey guys,

I have been following Paul Graham of Y Combinator and he mentions being relentlessly resourceful as a very important trait of a founder. He do mentions and I quote, "… can this quality be taught? After four years of trying to teach it to people, I'd say that yes, surprisingly often it can. Not to everyone, but to many people. Some people are just constitutionally passive, but others have a latent ability to be relentlessly resourceful that only needs to be brought out."

Please share your tips as to how you have improved? How have you developed this trait if not originally present?

TIA 🙂

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