Nothing worthy is built in a day.
But it has to start somewhere. A single idea. A shared vision. A few good men. And a means to make a go of it. Starting a company is no small feat by any stretch. Many have begun such a work only to fall short and fail. The key is to get up, dust off, and try again. Wiser, perhaps.
It's amazing what can happen when men consolidate and rally around a collective vision larger than any singular, individual interest. Once the spark is lit, watch out. Energy flows. Confidence grows. Drive and determination win the day.
A chance at success. An opportunity to shine.
No guarantees. No promises.