Steps To Up The Ante For Post-Retirement Entrepreneurs

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Bangalore: “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter.” The famous American writer Mark Twain, was absolutely right when he compared aging of body with aging of mind. Breaking the conventional notion that startups and entrepreneurship goes only with young brains, we have been witnessing an increasing number of older demography dictating the course of the game.



Sean Castrina author of the famous book “8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-Up Success” is under the opinion that late blooming entrepreneurs are more likely to succeed with their experience reservoir, steady financial backbone and a clear cut awareness of their weakness. "At 50 years of age and older, you know your Achilles heel. At 20, you don't think you have one," says Castrina. With a strong conviction of your shortcomings entrepreneur.com lists out a few steps that can catalyze the post-retirement entrepreneurship.
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