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Eventually, the skills you learn will plateau. While it is always possible to learn new tricks and insights, the amount you learn with the time you put in will start to become stagnant. You’ll hit a point in time where you’re doing the same basic tasks every day, with very little in the way of new education coming in. That is one reason why you’ll be better off starting your own business in your 30s than letting your work time drag on with a job where you’re not going to increase your skills.
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But what if you’re on the opposite end of the spectrum? What if you can’t see the future? What if you’re trying to look five or 10 years down the road and you don’t see anything at all? That’s even more worrisome. It means the job might not be stable, or maybe the career path won’t even exist in a decade. If you risk staying with the line of work, you may miss your best opportunity to get your feet under you with the new business. Knowing your future and wanting to improve upon it is one thing, but if you can’t even envision what might happen five years down the road with your current job, that’s an entirely different reason why you need to start a business.
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By the time you’re in your 30s, you not only know how to network, but you’ve likely met many of the major players who are up and coming in the area as well. Yes, there will always be an influx of new talent, but chances are there are other individuals who are looking to make the move into starting a new business just like you. This means you need to start pitching yourself and your idea to these like-minded individuals. Because you know what will happen if you don’t? Someone else will, and then this top-tier talent will move on without you.
While you do know the art of networking, it is important to take advantage of this art you’ve been fine-tuning and use it to your own business advantage.
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Now is the right time to start a new business
There will never be a 100% perfect time to start a new business. There will always be second doubts. That’s just part of life. However, if you wait until you don’t have any doubts, you’ll never end up following your dream to start a business at all. That is exactly why now is the right time for you to start a new business in your 30s.