Aging & Business in Canada: Age Isn’t A Barrier!
A NOTE FROM ALLAN GOLD– I’m a lawyer Montreal, elder law attorney, passionate about the well-being of seniors. I understand that many of those 50+ wonder about the question of elder law vs estate planning. That’s why I started a new series of articles. Today’s topic is aging & business.
BULLETIN de/from Me ALLAN GOLD
Age is not a barrier but a transition marker. A name that comes to mind is Colonel Harland David Sanders. When it comes to older business people, he’s the the perfect example. Indeed, he’s the epitome of success. At age 65 he retired. Feeling like he was a failure, he was ready to commit suicide. But he realized how good of a cook he was. So he borrowed $87, fried up some chicken using his recipe and went door to door, selling it. And you know what happened – his retirement project became the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) Empire.
Allan J. Gold https://lnkd.in/ejdMgiKj
P.S. Here’s a thought: “Aging is not “lost youth” but a new stage of opportunity and strength.” – Betty Friedan (*Source: https://www.brainyquote.com › betty_friedan_383994 )
P.P.S. And so for a lawyer Montreal, elder law attorney, this is one way how I solve the equation of elder law vs estate planning!
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