I believe in entrepreneurialism. Of course I do; it’s transformed my life in countless ways, giving me opportunities I never would have had if I’d decided to stick out climbing the corporate ladder. I was young and fresh out of business school when I realized my ambition wasn’t going to be served by being a part of a company someone else built. So I asked myself why I should wait, made up my mind, and in 1992, launched my first business out of an NYU dorm room. But not everyone does that. Not everyone can do that. So if you’re facing your second or third act and lamenting you didn’t start sooner, I have good news.
It’s not too late. It’s never too late.