Think You’re Too Old to Be An Entrepreneur? Think Again.

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There is always a notion of “I’m too old to start a business”  by many people. However, this notion has been successfully debunked by entrepreneurs who started very late in life and are very successful today.

We  bring the list of some of them to you so that you can be encouraged to take that bold step no matter how old or young you think you are .

Here is the list;

1 Ray Kroc

The founder of McDonald, Ray Kroc started the business at the age of 52 after selling milks shake  mixer until he was 52.

2 Mary Kay Ash

Mary Kay Ash, the owner of popular Mary Kay cosmetic was 45 when the thought to start came up for her after selling books and home décor from door to door until  she was 45 years of age.

3 Harland Sanders(KFC)

Harland Sanders failed about 1009 times. He was  fired from dozens of jobs before starting his restaurant, and then failed at that when he went out of business and found himself broke at the age of 65. H e got his turn around when he sold his first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise in 1952 .Today , KFC is in almost all the country in the world.

4 Samuel Jackson

Samuel L.Jackson was a drug addict .At 46, he was recovering from cocaine and heroin addiction when he starred alongside John Travolta in a movie titled Pulp and Fiction. He has never looked back since then. Samuel Jackson is one of the highest paid actor in the world today. He also has a lot of audience around the world .

5 Sam Walton

Sam Walton started Wal-Mart in a remote town in 1962 at  the age of 44 as a small chain discount stores. The success of Wal-Mart cannot be overemphasized today

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