Advice for Ageless Startups, Even in a Pandemic


Yes, you can start a business at any age. That’s the subtitle of the book. Making a difference is ageless.  

The ability to start something small - a one - or two-person business - it's not hard.  It's just new.  
In fact, he thinks becoming an entrepreneur — either full-time or part-time — in your 50s or 60s may be the best time of life to do it. Yes, even in a pandemic.

With a small amount of money and a few months to get organized, bootstrapping is a hell of a skillset.

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW - Advice for Ageless Startups, Even in a Pandemic.   

  Next Avenue
  Richard Eisenberg
  May 20, 2020


Next Avenue is an NPR channel.  I especially like their tagline:  Where Grown-ups Keep Growing.  Thank you Richard Eisenberg.

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