AARP review of Ageless Startup - Thank you!

AARP just posted a nice review of Ageless Startup in their inaugural newsletter for Purpose Prize winners and fellows, May 2020.  

"This past April, Rick had his first book, "Ageless Startup: Start a Business at Any Age" published.  The book provides a roadmap to kick starting an entrepreneurial journey at any age.  It offers tips and insight in to entrepreneurship and contains interviews with past Purpose Prize  Winners and Fellows.  The book embodies the core mission of the Purpose Prize.(emphasis added)

"Rick Terrien is a 2015 Purpose Prize Fellow and an entrepreneur repeatedly recognized for innovation excellence. He spent his career building creative business solutions to address societal problems.  He received the 'Fast 50 Award' from Fast Company, the United States Small Business New Product of the Year Award. And now, he can add ‘author’ to his list of accomplishments."






About the AARP® Purpose Prize® Award

You live. You learn. You give back. No one knows this better than people ages 50 and older, who have spent decades accumulating a wealth of knowledge that only life experience can bring. Armed with this wisdom, they are a powerhouse of innovation tackling some of the greatest societal challenges of our time and inspiring others to do the same.
The AARP® Purpose Prize® award supports AARP's mission by honoring extraordinary people ages 50 and older who tap into the power of life experience to build a better future for us all.  
“The AARP Purpose Prize is all about a new story of aging — focusing on experience and innovation and the idea that our aging population is an untapped resource full of possibilities,” said AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins. “AARP Purpose Prize winners and nominees are role models. They are makers and doers who are out there creating new solutions that make the world a better place for people of all ages.”














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