Longer you work, the least likely you startup 

For many people, the longer they work at a big company making a large salary, the higher their personal expenses rise, and the lower their chances will be of starting a startup, even if that is their eventual goal. via Why Should I Start a Startup?

I agreed. The chance of starting a business once you are in a company for a long period of time is hard. You forget the need to raise money, you work and you get the cheque monthly. No headaches, no worries.

However, that does not mean you cannot work in a job. You need to be disciplined. You need to take time out, do things on the side. Have a single goal and that is to get out of the job.

Also that does not mean not focusing on your current work. I personally believe you should do the best, be so good that they can’t ignore you.

It all rounds down to time management. And most importantly, it’s about reducing the risk. Quit and rushing into a startup idea seems gung-ho but not practical.

Actually when I am typing “you”, I’m actually referring to myself.

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