That`s another good point, brought up by KevDev: Starting a business
can happen at any time in life, and more than one time. It`s not like
you "have to be a success by the time you`re 30," y`know? :-)
Long ago, I ran across a saying that really sank in and that I`ve kept in mind all my life: "Live each day to the fullest."
Another, related saying: "You`re right where you`re supposed to be. It
may not be where you want to be, but it`s where you`re supposed to be."
Life is an adventure and an experience. So many people dream up some
vision of what life is supposed to be, then they spend years and years
waiting for that version to take place. In the meanwhile, they`re
frustrated, angry, and generally annoyed. Why? We can have all the
frustrations we want, simply enough.
Instead, why not enjoy your health, go have adventures, and hold in
your imagination that you`d like to "somehow" one day own your own
business. Let "the boys in the basement work on it," as Steven King
would say. As you work with your subconscious, you`ll discover
opportunities and find yourself going in directions that seem
ridiculous at first.
But as time passes, you`ll see that all the pathways you`ve taken make
sense. Yet another saying is that "hindsight is 20/20." People often
use it to speak of regrets they have, but it also can work to show you
why you`ve been doing what you`ve been doing. Everything is grist for
the mill, and your experiences all matter.
You don`t have to get everything done in the next year. :-)