Jeremy and I found that sharing the leadership position was easier than having one leader because, we were able to confer and work together to make sure we did everything that each of us wanted to do. Had there only been one leader there would only have been one idea of how to do this. Two heads are better than one although we did fail the challenge.
We both contributed to this project equally and failed together. When we started to work on our base, one of us, tied the pasta together, while the other held the the pasta to make it easier to tie.