Question: Do you think there is a specifically good time to start a business? If so, what is it?
The Best Time Is Now
"I believe the best time to do it is when you have the time to devote your energy and attention to it. In order to succeed, you need to focus on what you are doing. Starting a business has nothing to do with timing or age. It has to do with the ability one has to face new challenges and build something new."
Start When You're Young
"If you can, start when you're young because entrepreneurship requires a great deal of sacrifice and endurance. Being an entrepreneur guarantees challenges, not financial success. In fact, 80 percent of businesses fail in the first five years. Never risk the well-being of your family. Young entrepreneurs: find a business mentor and get ready for an invigorating journey!"
There's No Right Answer
"When you want to - and I mean REALLY want to. Starting a business is enough of a commitment that you cannot do it in half-measures. You need to commit to it - body and soul. Which means you have to be passionate about what you’re going into business for, enough so that you don’t really mind working long hours and sacrificing certain luxuries."
Start as Soon as You Can
"It doesn't matter when the "now" is, I believe that it's always the answer. You don't have to quit your job or school. You can start slow to learn and gather experience. Then, when these side activities earn you enough money and you have a clear idea what do you need to do to grow your business, take the leap."
Get Started Today
"Historically speaking, there has never been a better time to start your business. The resources available today have never been so accessible and affordable for you to build a great product and to execute a successful customer acquisition strategy. With the speed of technology and the marketplace though, windows of opportunity come and go very quickly. Things that work today might not work next month."