Did you know that 61% of baby boomers would want to work after their formal retirement? This finding is also evident in the Babson College report as it revealed that 51% of small businesses are owned by people over the age of 50.
Today’s guest is Paul Tasner. Paul is the CEO of PulpWorks, Inc., a company that designs and manufactures biodegradable packaging for consumer goods. Paul is also the co-founder of Sort Inc. Paul has a unique thing about entrepreneurship and he highly encourages everyone to watch his TED Talk on how he became an entrepreneur at age 66.
- How his journey as an entrepreneur started
- Things to take into account when launching a business
- What he would have done differently as an older entrepreneur
- What people can learn from his experience in terms of finding capital
- His response to people who ask why he’s still working instead of relaxing
- His advice to older people who would like to start a business
“If you really want to live a long rich life, do something entrepreneurial.”
- Host’s email: Rafiq@SeniorsPodcast.com
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- Paul’s TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/paul_tasner_how_i_became_an_entrepreneur_at_66?language=en
- Paul’s Website: http://www.pulpworksinc.com/
- Paul’s LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paultasner/
- Did You Know segment: https://www.businessinsider.com/seniors-realize-their-small-business-dreams-2019-8
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