If you never feel like giving up
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Something like this?
If not you need to ask yourself. Is your dream big enough? We all have the capability to achieve anything we want.
Are you 50+ and not happy with your job, or are looking to become self sufficient, or have a second income? There are a lot of 50+ people in the same boat as you and they’re ready to make a change. Maybe it’s not that you are unhappy with your job, but maybe you’ve lost your job, or are having a hard time finding work and you aren’t sure what the future holds for you. In the meantime you’ve thought about starting your own business. How would you like to hold the future in your own hands by working for yourself? Many 50+ people are doing just that and becoming very successful and we’ll show YOU how.
With a little bit of information and the help from free resources, it is possible to start your own business. You’re not the only one thinking about it. You’ll meet some of them during this presentation because lots of people are stepping out and starting their own business. It may not be as hard as you think, especially when given the tools and access to the knowledge you need to get started.
This Wednesday, December 14th at 1:00pm Mike Bitter of GROW Nebraska will be presenting AARP Foundation’s FREE Work for Yourself@50+℠ at Omaha’s Do Space on the SW corner of 72nd and Dodge. Don’t delay your future. Register today at 1-888-339-5617.
Work for Yourself@50+℠ is a new initiative launched by AARP Foundation, with support from The Hartford. The program helps low- and moderate-income older adults explore opportunities to work for themselves and take the right steps toward successful self-employment.
For generations, creating and owning a business has been a path to financial success and economic mobility. In low- and moderate-income families, self-employment and business ownership can help build economic security.
If you think you’re too old to start your own business, think again! About 26 percent of all recent startups were formed by people between the ages of 55 and 65. That’s up from 15 percent in 1996.
Register at 1-888-339-5617
Work for Yourself@50+ looks at self-employment paths in contracting, freelancing, microbusiness and social enterprise, and helps people identify their own marketable traits, talents and skills. It also offers useful financial advice — regardless of participants’ specific financial situation.
The decision to start your own business can be both exciting and daunting. Work for Yourself@50+ breaks the choices down and gives you the information you need to succeed.
Mike has been working with business entrepreneurs for over 8 years and knows what it takes to get started and be successful. He will be offering his tips and tricks along with an outstanding program offered by the AARP Foundation with support from The Hartford. We will have special guest Roy Norden from Performance Group Inc., a 50+ entrepreneur. Roy will offer information because he’s been there/done that.
Don’t miss this compelling, insightful program for anyone who’s looking for a change in their life, a jump start, or just to have a second income. Best part is it’s free, but you have to Register at 1-888-339-5617.