No need to reinvent the wheel, just reinvent yourself!
Emmet Robinson has reinvented himself about half a dozen times over the course of his career — and at 78, he’s not done yet, writes Erin Arvedlund for philly.com.
The founder of King Street Recording at 15 E. King St. in downtown Malvern, Robinson runs a one-man business operation that’s the culmination of years of different jobs — jobs that built on themselves, including club management, audio recording, photo restoration, voice-over work for corporations and law firm video, and business coaching for other seniors.
After leaving the Army in 1961, Robinson picked up an instrument, and “I discovered coffeehouses and folk music. I started haunting those kinds of places, and I still play guitar today. Except now, I play at retirement homes around the Philadelphia area.”