22 Nov It’s about a redeployment
Believe it or not, some people closing in on 50 years old may still be wondering what they want to do when they grow up, and you know what? There is nothing wrong with that.
In fact, those people are in pretty good company. Stories of people who hit their stride and reinvented a new life for themselves as they neared age 50 are not hard to find.
From Duncan Hines to Judge Judy and Julia Child, lots of famous names found themselves rewriting their story well into their later years. But how did they do it?
For some, the word “reinvention” is full of possibility, sometimes good, sometimes not-so-good. Perhaps a better word to use would be redeploy. Someone approaching 50 or older has amassed a lot of life skills, so it is no surprise that they would be tapping into those skills to create something new and exciting in their lives, a redeployment of their skills, if you will.
One of the hardest things to do is free your mind from the old ways of thinking. It can be hard to detach yourself from a former career and a sense of comfort, even if it means you aren’t reaching your full potential. Though it is challenging, the payoff is huge as it will allow you to focus entirely on your new adventure and become the best version of yourself.
Are you ready to start anew and rediscover your potential? If so, let’s consider your options. We have found that a franchise opportunity tops the list when it comes to a successful second act. Contact us today to learn more.