Does this sound familiar? You’ve reached a “certain” age: you’ve got decades of work experience, you’re still passionate about your job and able to fulfill your responsibilities. Yet suddenly the phone rings and before you know it, you’re being escorted out the door. In this day and age, being an older worker carries all sorts of concerns about whether you can compete, especially when your peers may be younger, cheaper, and of course, more tech savvy. For Paul Tasner, that’s precisely how he found himself after 40 years of work- and, it’s precisely what motivated him to become a successful senior entrepreneur. Watch Paul’s recent TED talk about his evolution into entrepreneurism at age 66 Here and take a look at his new thriving start-up Here. And, if you’ve got the entrepreneurial bug yourself, you may want to pick up Entrepreneurial You, the newly published and widely praised book by Dorie Clark from the Harvard Business Review Press.