Horst M., 78 years old: the art of Nativity scenes Horst has learned from his grandfather. The cribs are made of shingles or old wood. in 1954 he made his first crib and Since many people, found that not only appreciate his art, but above all to buy. Horst has its worthwhile income ‘ very satisfied! Margret S., 68 years old: at exhibitions and fairs, Margret shows young people a long-forgotten hand work. The traditional art of the real. Their artistic peaks have a value for many people.
Hans S., over 80 years of age: Hans human – and animal-like straw dolls as decorations for yard and garden crafts with great passion. In his region, a creation of this highly durable natural material is almost in front of every house entrance. A dry place should be found only In the rain. I could give you, dear readers, many more examples of people who have made their hobbies into a lucrative business and thus actively participate in the social and economic life. If you believe – that entrepreneurship is only something for young people, – to 60 and older age are to be able to earn money, with your skills – or, that your pension is the guarantee for your financial security at the age, then my report is not the place for you. If take your third stage of life into their own hands, not the whims of politicians want to be delivered to a pronounced desire for autonomy and independence the ability to self motivation and initiative in you, however, that possess skill, risks to assess and to weigh, and highly motivated, an independence from sixty is right for you! For your new challenge, then all the many entrepreneurs who gladly and successfully lead their family business in old age are modeled. Foreign words for them are pension, early retirement, please visit workshops and continuing education courses to continue to successfully pursue their craft shops and stores.