Maybe the economy is in a recession.
Maybe the political environment is unstable.
Maybe this isn’t the time to make a leap.
It didn’t seem like a good time for Karl Benz to launch the car in Europe. There were no roads and gas stations and it was against the law to drive.
It didn’t seem like it was the right time for Gutenberg to launch the printing press when he did (98% of Europe was illiterate).
The thing is; the tide raises all ships. And vice versa.
Maybe the problem isn’t the political or the economic environment.
Our mothers fought so hard to give us choice. But choice doesn’t come with guarantees.
Without doubt or uncertainty or failure, there is no choice.
And so the tide changes.