It's Never Too Late in Life to Be an Entrepreneur
Updated: Sep 4, 2019
Does this sound familiar... In your teen years you dream of owning your own business, being your own boss, making your first million. You work hard in high school and get good grades. You go on to college with a scholarship or two and impress your professors. You take a summer internship and learn invaluable lessons from a business mentor. You graduate with honors and everyone swears that you are going to be the one to make it big... Then, LIFE happens. You blink and open your eyes and you're 50, or 60, or 70. Think it's too late to realize your childhood dream?
Think again. According to Jill Cornfield of CNBC, those over 50 are twice as likely to be successful in business as those under 25. Here she lays out the arguments for starting later in life, along with 7 tips to get back in the game.