I first became interested in senior entrepreneurs when I met one about two years ago in a home for the elderly. Lolo Yuri, who was in his early 60s at the time, was deftly making baskets out of paper twine. Not only did his creations look amazing, but he looked like he was enjoying what he was doing! Last year, I met Leonida "Nida" Antonio, a senior serial entrepreneur who started her journey in her 20s.

Today, in her early 70s, she remains active in designing, making, and selling fashion accessories and home décor and has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon.

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