Golden Entrepreneuring: The Mature Person's Guide to Starting a Successful Business
Attention, would-be entrepreneurs age 50 and over. You already possess all the wisdom and experience necessary to be your own boss. Add in a healthy dose of enthusiasm, and the only remaining ingredient for success is a game plan - which is exactly what you'll find here! The first book to exploit the intrinsic senior assets of commitment, confidence, freedom, insider's knowledge, objectivity, reputation, resiliency, and resourcefulness, Golden Entrepreneuring shows you how to turn the dream of your own business into a rewarding reality.
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