How do you know when it's the right time to start a company? The videos below feature a serial entrepreneur answering that very question, another describing what the act of starting a company looks like, and a third innovation leader explaining how launching a product is just the beginning of an iterative process.
"The act of commitment is not about thinking about it in your head, it's about literally leaning forward and taking the first step," says JOYUS Founder Sukhinder Singh Cassidy. She describes how the simplest way to start working on a new venture or idea, particularly for young entrepreneurs, is to engage in the basic mechanics of discussing and planning with others.
Thuuz Co-Founder and CEO Warren Packard discusses why some ventures require greater adherence to perfection. Comparing ventures from different industries, Packard encourages entrepreneurs to embrace "the god of partial credit" as a tool, whenever possible.