If you're nearing retirement but still feel as creative and ambitious as ever, I have good news for you. You are not required to accept the previous generation's golf course retirement package.
Actually, as a new retiree, you'll have the life experience and financial security to finally pursue your career goals that weren't realistic when you were young, inexperienced, and moving up the corporate ladder.
You are now in a position to be your own boss. One of the best possible business options for retirees is franchising. You can use all of the skills you learned on the job in your first career, regardless of your role, to successfully run your own business.
Is it too late to start a second career at the age of 60? No way! There isn’t an age limit to begin a new endeavor. In fact, when it comes to franchising as a second career, your age is one of your most valuable assets.
"Older professionals possess wisdom and resilience acquired over many years in the workforce, and that is a great asset when it comes to running a business," Forbes writes.
As a franchise owner, your second career will provide you with far more freedom and flexibility than your first. Purchasing a franchise ensures that you will have built-in support from the parent company. There is less risk than starting your own business from scratch.
As your Franchise Consultant, we will discuss the type of work-life balance you desire in this new stage of your life. My inside knowledge of the industry can help you find some of the best franchise brands that fit your life goals and values.
I can also point you in the direction of franchises with the lowest risk. You want to take control of your dreams and destiny at this point in your life, not gamble them away. Joining a long-standing, successful franchise reduces risk and creates ideal conditions for franchising as a second career.
As you plan for retirement, please schedule a brief call with me.