What’s easier now than later? Meetpaul Singh responds

August 02nd, 2006 - No Comments

Reminder: Last week, I wrote a post called It Never Gets Easier Than Now. This week I’m featuring responses from people I admire on what’s easier to do when we’re younger.

Meetpaul Singh, Stanford BS, MD, and MBA, founder of a healthcare company, and analyst at venture-capital firm MDS Capital, writes:

In your early to mid 20s, ignorance is bliss. It is much easier to not know the limits, push boundaries, expand comfort zones, and take greater risks to discover and pursue one’s passions. I think back to starting a venture-backed healthcare company, establishing a volunteer community outreach program, and being in a MD-MBA program, all by the age of 24. What was I thinking! In retrospect, it has been absolutely worthwhile and rewarding to have taken the journey that I did!

See the original article that inspired this, It Never Gets Easier Than Now.

Other responses

  • Seth Godin, author, entrepreneur, and speaker [response]
  • Mark Hurst, founder, Good Experience [response]
  • Debbie Newhouse, training specialist at Google [response]
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