Alan E. Hall: When is the right time to start a business?

"You have the ability to executive a business plan with excellence. Often, entrepreneurs tell me their idea is worth millions. My response is that an idea is worth nothing until it is nurtured, grown, and commercialized--and adopted by customers. With a plan in hand, the next need is for superior preparation and execution. Preparation includes organizing and marshaling assets; it includes training, educating, and the testing employees; and the development of process, policies, and procedures. The preparation stage of a business cannot be overlooked." -- Alan E. Hall

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