A lot of people are worried about China, Greece, and the markets in general. But should that stop you from starting a company or trying your hand at a new idea?
I deliver the answer eight seconds into this interview with Behind the Brand, but I want to add this: there is never a “best” or “worst” time to start something. There is only the matter of opportunity and execution.
Nobody has the power to predict the markets. Corrections and bull markets are just a part of life, and if you try to start a company based on market conditions, you’re going to get burned. If, on the other hand, you find the right opportunity, execute to solve a big problem, and build something with solid metrics and fundamentals, you will always be okay, even in a down market.
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