I'm after my first startup fail and main reason for that was lack of experience, hard idea and due to my age, limitations. Right now my partner wants to create next company, but I've started considering other idea - I'm 16. Cannot I delay my startup for 2 years, for example, and during this period actively learn, gain contacts, do other projects (Currently, I've started one very experiencing) and so on? Also - I'm on a good way to become front&back end developer and I think, mastering it, before getting into startup could be very helpful for my future startups. What do you think? Thanks

I say do what is in your control, if you can start up I say go for it the sooner you start up the better off you'll be. I didn't start thinking about my future till I was 20 and remember this important advantage. YOU ARE 16 AND YOUNG. Lots of people don't think this way till they are in their late 20's, 30, 40', or more. When you're starting up your future I say
1. Be patient
2. Be consistent
3. Stay motivated
4. Find people who got what you want
5. If its useful keep it and if its useless drop it.

Answered 7 months ago

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