Over the years, I have often seen many people take the entrepreneurial plunge as soon as the killer idea or innovative concept pops into their mind. At the same time, I have also seen people sitting on the fence and forever deliberating about taking the decision. To say the least, entrepreneurship is not a cakewalk.
The budding business creators of tomorrow who take the entrepreneurial plunge in a hurry to convert their killer idea to a scalable business face a higher probability to fail with their startup venture if they do not think of other aspects of building a business. Meanwhile, the fence sitters repent seeing their unique business idea taken by their competitors.
Whether to take the plunge early or deliberate forever is not the only challenge that entrepreneurship throws at up. Although, there is nothing more tempting than the idea of calling the shots and making things happen on your own terms, it is also difficult to leave behind the security of a stable job to make a mark for yourself the entrepreneurial way.