Charlie wrote:I think most "successful" young people are just doers rather than visionaries.
Whilst I agree, what's any different with older folks?
Not much. :)
Perhaps one advantage young people have is ignorant naivety...
That's a good thing, in that self-imposed limitations tend to be less. Now that the net has opened up many opportuinities that do not require serious funding, young entrepreneurs have more serious prospects.
Secondly, it's much easier for most people to "risk" starting their own business when they do not have a career to worry about losing, a mortgage to pay or a family to keep.
Older people often have trouble daring to take their experience away from the relative security of employment for these reasons.
Just a thought,