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How I Became an Entrepreneur at 66

How I Became an Entrepreneur at 66

Mar 11, 2018-- When Paul Tasner was laid off at 64, he was not in a position to remain unemployed. For several years after, the engineer pursued a career in consulting but realized he had no passion for it. So, at the age of 66, he took a leap and started his own start-up. In his TED Talk, he tells of this journey, his experiences, and how more seniors are becoming successful entrepreneurs. (15440 reads)

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