The best time to become an entrepreneur isn’t one fixed world time, it’s all about when you’re ready to undergo a risk, regardless of your age.
Some people think that entrepreneurship is a young person’s game. This is because when people think of successful entrepreneurs, their minds only see the likes of Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg.
Starting a business is like having a baby. It has nothing to do with how old you are and most likely you will never feel completely ready. Aliko dangote born 1957 in Kano State Nigeria he was just 20 when it started the dangote group and today he is the Second Richest Nigerian and the World Richest Black Man. Linda Ifeoma Ikeji founder of linda ikeji blog at 37. Vera Wang was an editor at Vogue for 17 years before she became a famous designer at the age of 40.
Alexandra Anderson owns Ferd a Norwegian investment company that runs hedge funds at age 22. Oluwaseun Temitope founder of Nairaland was under 40 before he achieved his goal.
Business is like starting a relationship you have to be ready to devote your time, resources, and effort in order for it to grow and thrive. You must be ready to come commit, it goes beyond your age factor through the tricks of assessing yourself, checking your financial health, and asking the right questions.
So, if you have planned ahead financially and have a solid support system around you and you are considering becoming an entrepreneur you are never too late. Dream big, plan well and great things with happen for there never really is a “right” time.