14.08.2019

Age is just a number.

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Age is just a number.

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“My age let’s me down; I’m too old.” No you’re not. 

Colonel Sanders was in his 70s when he launched Kentucky Fried Chicken. 

Ray Kroc was 53 when he opened the first McDonald's franchise for the McDonald brothers. 

Our oldest client was 68 when he came to consult Proteus about his career in the 1990s. He was fed up with corporate life in the city, had no intention of retiring but wanted a new challenge closer to home. Four months later he was looking after the finances and business administration for Kent Business Link. 

All three of these people capitalised on the wisdom that their age had given them. It’s never too late to change your career, to be who you want to be or do what you want to do. #proteuscareermanagement #careerplanning #careerobjectives #careerchange 
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