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Author: Aashima Verma
4 in 10 Canadian business owners are unsure about retirement, says wealthprofessional.ca. We can’t certainly say if it is fortunate or not but, retirement is hardly something people look forward to. With inflation rising and kids still dependent on their parents, it is hard for parents to retire. It’s not all bad because trends show that there are a number of retired professionals who start their dream business after retirement. Why? That’s easy to answer.
One of the mantra that we follow here at President’s Academy is:
With over 10 years of Industry experience At President’s Academy, we not only help you become an Insurance Agent, we also help you equip with the skills you require to make it in this competitive market after achieving your certification.
What’s a business which has almost negligible investment and low-risk high-margin model? Being an Insurance Adviser. The reason why this profession is perfect for retired professionals is because with age, comes experience and everyone listens when experience speaks.
In my opinion, the biggest future trend in retirement is that you will see more people working in retirement. The difference is that people will work doing more of what they love and not what they have to do. We are seeing it today.
It is an obvious choice for anyone who is retired and still has the zeal to keep working. One of the finest examples of this is one of our latest 90-day challenge winner from Edmonton, Yash Pal Sharma. He is the founder publisher of Asian Tribune and a popular face in Edmonton politics. With a mass following on all his social media platforms, he has a reliable network.
When asked about why he was willing to switch his career at this stage, he answered that he has retired and knows a lot of people who need insurance in his community. When asked about the navigation of training portal and experience with President’s Academy, he said it was amazing. He also added that the quizzes were brief and similar in format to the provincial exam. His technique of ‘try and try again’ made sure that he completed all his certifications well before time. His grit is exemplary and we wish him luck for his career as an Insurance Adviser.
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