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Apparently people age 50 and over are not spending their retirement on the golf course,

but starting businesses. And they are starting business at a rate much higher than in the
20-35 age group.

PBS newshour produced a series about this trending topic. They interviewed seniors
who started businesses by force (job layoff and age discrimination) or by choice – such
as following a passion which unexpectedly led to a business venture.

The latter is what happened to me. And as “young senior” I was included in this PBS
segment.

That is me in the photo above flanked by Paul Solman, the economics host on
PBSnewshour and Lee Koromvokis a producer on the show.

I was also asked to co-write a post on the PBS blog on 10 tips for senior entrepreneurs.

 

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