We often get to hear that children’s early years establish their behaviors and attitudes. The tenderness of the brain at early stages of life helps in manipulating it in ways we want it to work. So, is starting early in life helping entrepreneurs as well? Let’s find out. Entrepreneurship is a journey that’s full of uncertainties and risks and we believe, the sooner it starts, the better. It’s rightly said that “Age is an issue of mind over matter.” We agree! But would it be right to turn a blind eye to the shortcomings of increasing age? As one moves further in life, the need for stability increases in folds. The thing with starting early in life is that it allows you to make mistakes and the scope for learning is massive. Young entrepreneurs have a zeal to get the work done by hook or by crook! They are more updated with modern needs and can generate ideas that fit into today’s world. Also, as a young entrepreneur, you are allowed to fail in ways other experienced entrepreneurs are not. A young entrepreneur neither has a family that is dependent and relying on his earnings nor does he have to worry about a corporate job he doesn’t have yet! And this freedom to fail would allow you to take risks that a well-settled man would not think of taking. Starting late in life involves a lot of complications like giving up a pre-existing job or career and risking it all for anidea you’re not sure would work or not! Which indirectly leads to the high degree of dependence on limited funds. And as complicated as entrepreneurship is, it is necessary for an entrepreneur to have a constant source of funds until he finds an organization willing to fund his project. The impact of failures gets higher and higher with an increasing age, the “never give up attitude” starts to fade away when failures come with atrocities affecting your family and your lifestyle. The risk-taking story comes to an end after a certain number of tries but a young entrepreneur has multiple other opportunities waiting to be grabbed if one fails. A young entrepreneur is not only a great risk taker but also a great strategist. He has a vision that spreads through the horizon. He not only strategizes a plan of action, but also a backup plan of action. Another benefit is easy access to mentorship. It is easy for a young entrepreneur to seek help because there are so many organizations that want to hire younger individuals and are willing to invest their time, money and other resources to help them build a proper skill set. High level of enthusiasm allows a young entrepreneur to diversify the work he is doing. His area of learning does not have to be limited to one, he has what it takes to explore the multi-faceted dimensions of entrepreneurship. Experience is something that’s needed to perfect the entrepreneur skills and it is something you gain with time. To start early means that you have ample time to operate in the market and gain higher experience. So, Ready! Steady! Get to work!