[Slideshare] What is the Right Age to Start a Business? 2

It seems like today’s hottest startups and small businesses are being led by 20-something wunderkinds. So, if you’re over 30, does it mean that it’s too late to start your own business?

We asked our Bplans.com executive team, as well as friends on LinkedIn, and they had some interesting answers.

“What is the right age to start a business?”Maybe that’s the wrong question…

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  • Catherine Jules

    For me,
    it’s not the age that matters as long as you’re capable of doing business.
    Entering a business career is not easy, a lot of effort is exerted in order
    to achieve a suuccessful one. Hardwork and persevearance is another factor.
    If you want to succeed in this field, you have to be positive. It’s normal to
    sometimes fail, but what’s important is your determination and willingness on
    your intentions. Always keep your feet off the ground and never give up.
    That’s all. Thanks for this post!

    • Jonathan_Bplans

      Thanks for your input, Catherine!

      You’re absolutely right: it’s not about being the “right” age. There are other, far more important, factors that contribute to someone’s success in starting and running a business. In addition to the ones you’ve mentioned, it’s important to be able to learn from good and bad experiences. Failure provides a great opportunity to learn what’s not working and adapt your strategy accordingly.