7 Entrepreneurs Who Weren’t Millionaires Until They Were In Their 40’s

2. Harland Sanders

The real colonel behind Kentucky Fried Chicken, Sanders didn’t begin his career as a restaurateur until he was 62. However, his previous jobs including being a fireman, selling insurance and working at gas stations. It was at Shell that he started serving his beloved chicken dishes, originally trading his cooking skills for free rent–but news of his incredible chicken spread, and he became a golden years entrepreneur.

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