They labored in corporate settings for decades, grinding away every day working for someone else. Some simply longed for a new challenge, while others faced layoffs or employment uncertainty. When it came time for a change for several South Florida baby boomers and one 40-something, they didn’t want to leave the place they consider home, but they were ready to do something different. It was time for a “second-act” career.
For many, moving away from a corporate setting meant tackling their own business. That can be scary, and stressful. But it also can be rewarding.
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