Would you quit your job to get involved in a start-up?
No guarantees, no preconditions, just the belief that you can help make it work ?!
Have I already tried it a couple of times, if you are planning to start up your own business, i would suggest not to leave your current job until you achieve a satisfactory level in your business. On the other hand if you are willing to join as an employee in a new-born company, I would suggest you to study foundation and founders which can give you the insight to the future and growth of that organization.
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