Turning age 50 or 60 used to imply that the time had come to start slowing down. No longer. A growing number of “Golden Agers” are embarking on new careers—as entrepreneurs.
For a growing number of seniors, retirement means business—start-up business, to be precise. Starting a business in retirement can be a way to pursue a passion, enjoy an intellectual challenge or simply boost your income. Perhaps you’ve done some consulting as a side gig and want to expand the business. Or maybe you have been downsized and are having trouble finding a new job.
Published Aug. 9, 2015
I’ve owned a successful home security business for a number of years. I put in lots of hours, think I operate efficiently, yet I find myself constantly overwhelmed trying to keep up with what’s going on in the business world and my industry. How do people keep on top of such things?
Though days still have 24 hours, and years are guaranteed to have no fewer than 12 months, it does sometimes seem as if the world is turning faster and faster. Patterns, trends and technologies that seemed rock-solid last year can spike in a different direction at a moment’s notice.
August 1, 2015
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Starting a business of your own after age 50 can be very rewarding and give you a new lease on life! You’re also more likely to start a successful business at this age because you will channel the skills you’ve developed throughout your career. In fact, one leading study found that people over 50 are almost twice as likely to launch high-growth startups than their younger counterparts.
Here are 10 resources you can take advantage of when starting a new business after 50.
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Published Jul. 6, 2015
I recently launched my business as a wedding and event planner. I need to get the word out, but I don’t have a lot of money to spend on advertising. Any suggestions?
Want to share some news about your small business? Consider issuing a news release. Formatted like a news story, a news release is designed to publicize an accomplishment, announce an event or a new service, introduce new products or services, or share helpful information that readers can use.
Published Jun. 27, 2015
If you are debating about whether your new organization should be a for profit or a not for profit organization. This check list will help you decide.
Published May. 31, 2015
4 Walls Media Group Presentation
Published May. 20, 2015
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