Sooner or later, your startup will require your full time attention. For one reason, investors don’t invest in part-time ventures. But the main reason is there is simply too much to do in very limited time.
Having a job to pay the bills is a good thing, especially if you adjust your lifestyle to a level of simplicity that allows you to provide some initial funding. And yet the sooner you can make the leap, the better for your startup because you are always competing against time – the time to get your product to the market quicker than your competitors and the time to capture enough market share to sustain the business.
Read “The $100 Startup” By Chris Guillebeau
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