I went out with Zixuan a couple of days ago. It was the first time we were meeting for a little over a month but, it seemed hardly a day passed since we last saw each other. Nothing much had changed, except perhaps his greater immersion into the world of entrepreneurship.
It was with some regret that I told him that my own entrepreneurship aspirations had dwindled about as much as his had grown. “Work,” I said, “has taken up much of me.” And it was true — work had, especially recently, drained me pretty dry; it wasn’t something I had envisioned before I got the job, nor was it something I had envisioned even just a couple of months ago.
The whole time we were out we were talking about entrepreneurship in some form or the other.
By the end of it all, tired as heck as I was, I knew I was going to have to start something, even if I didn’t know what it was yet.
But as they say: if not now, when? And if not you, who?