Archive for September 21st, 2016

At the beginning of the curve, a young person is lacking business experience, competence and self-confidence.  As age increases into the mid-twenties the time is right to start that business.  Now about here, in the late thirties or early forties, chances are this person is too embedded in his corporate career or facing too many financial commitments  –  like kids going to college  –  to take a chance.  If he doesn’t try it by now, chances are slim that he ever will.
    —     Patrick Liles
Describing the bell curve of probability of being an entrepreneur in the course of a lifetime.
On This Day In:
2021 I’ll Keep Trying To Anyway
She Knows
2020 Respond
Still Trying To Adjust
2019 The Limits Of My Knowledge
2018 Even Tiny Progress
2017 Real Conservatism
2016 The Business Of Life
2015 Alone Again, Naturally
2014 Agreed
2013 Smile From Your Heart!
2012 Like You
2011 Got Days?
2010 K9 Humor – Has Anyone Seen My Setter?  (Must read!!)
A Longer Blog Than You Want To Read (Probably)
2009 Back and Forth and Round Again…

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