Running a Great Business After 50
By Jeff Williams Chief Coach for Bizstarters.com Guiding new boomer entrepreneurs since 1992
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A great way to get a good sense of whether you're ready to start a business after age 50 is to share the life experiences of your fellow boomers. In this growing series of interviews, you learn how your peers came up with their business ideas...and the ups and downs they've faced in growing them. Visit http://www.bizstarters.com/ for more information...
||CleanHow a writer turned her sense of humor into a publishing business||Meet Donna Cavanaugh, CEO of Humor Outcasts.com. Donna started writing a weekly humor column for a local Pennsylvania newspaper. Soon, she was syndicated in a series of daily newspapers with a loyal following.||2/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow a dainty wrist lead to a fashion selling webstore||In this installment of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Elaine Povinelli, CEO of Dainty Wrist Jewelry.com. Elaine is an example of a new generation of fashion-oriented online merchants who find a well-defined||12/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow a public relations executive became a small business author||In this installment of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Lynne Strang author of “Late Blooming Entrepreneurs: 8 Principles for Starting a Business After age 40”. Lynne left a career as a public relations e||12/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow an engineer went from making lunch meat to making factories work better||In this episode of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Deb Martin, CEO of Profitable Processes. Over a thirty year career as an Industrial engineer, Deb has worked in a wide variety of large scale manufacturing||12/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow a blog writer for Oprah became a nationally known retirement expert||In this episode of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50″ in I interview Nancy Collamer, CEO of My Lifestyle Career and author of ” Second Act Careers”. Since we both work with boomer clients,||12/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to select a franchise as a retirement business||In this installment of “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Mike Miller, an old friend from MBA school. Mike decided that his transition from his corporate management position to semi-retirement would take three steps: (1) Move from Illinoi||12/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Short interviews with lots of great insights about running a business after age 50! You will enjoy them.
A short interview with some great insights for you. Perfect for your commute for some quick, great tips for running a business.