Find yourself facing a career setback after age 50? Entrepreneurship can save the day!

It can be devastating to find yourself facing critical career setbacks later in life. The idea of starting over again can be overwhelming and daunting, but you may find yourself feeling blessed by these unforeseen circumstances when you realize the amazing benefits of becoming an entrepreneur at this stage in your life!

Its Never too Late

With more than half your career behind you, you have unique insights and intuitions that younger professionals lack. Many famous entrepreneurs with immensely successful companies kicked off those ventures later in their lives. For example, Ray Kroc founded McDonalds at age 52, John Pemberton began Coca-Cola at age 55, Charles Flit created IBM at age 61, and Harland David Sanders launched KFC at age 65! All of these businessmen founded highly successful companies that have stood the test of time because of their business savvy and entrepreneurial spirit, gained through years of career experience.

Become an Educated Franchise Buyer

It’s never too late to start your own business. You don’t know what you don’t know and our entire objective is all about education.  There are over 800,000 different franchise businesses in the United States today alone and just like anything else, not all franchise organizations are created equal.  Get aligned with the best of the best franchise organizations to increase your success of finding a true partner that cares about your success.Get Help from the Experts

Reaching out to someone who has experience in entrepreneurship can be a critical step in getting your business off the ground. This trusted advisor will give you guidelines and help you along the path to creating a successful startup that will be profitable, rewarding, and stand the test of time.

Careyann Golliver is America’s Franchise Matchmaker™ and the Founder of Franchise Logic. She is a business consultant in Denver, Colorado with over two decades of experience in entrepreneurship and franchising, she can provide critical feedback and guidance. Contact Careyann today or call 303.805.5078.