For people who have thought on starting a business, they may wait for the best moment, or the best idea to come before starting one. Are timing and idea really the main components for starting the first startup? Chris Campbell does not think so. He thinks first startup is important regardless of its success or not, but it is about the lesson and experience that you will gain:

  • It Prepares You for How Much Work Is Involved
  • It’ll Teach You What to Look for in a Cofounder
  • It’ll Show You How Flexible Your Ideas Need to Be
  • It’ll Teach You the Importance of Passion
  • It’ll Show You How Little You Know About Money

5 Reasons to Create Your First Startup – [Particletree]

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