Proof That the Most Successful Entrepreneurs Are Older Ones

A lot of Arlington Entrepreneurs’s members are older. I’m a baby-boomer myself. This article from Next Avenue – part of a larger series on business development for the older entrepreneur – has some interesting insights on business development for the 50+ crowd:

Here’s refreshing news for boomers and Gen Xers, especially women considering starting businesses after 50 (who I’ve been writing about this year): When it comes to launching a successful business, youth is not the magic elixir.

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5 Essential Lessons From a Successful Entrepreneur

Post from Chad Peevy from the National Freelancers Union

Woman at keyboardI have a deep respect for anyone who takes the leap to go out on their own to start their own business. For most entrepreneurs, that means living life without a safety net. You’re putting yourself, your product, and your service out into the market and acting largely out of faith in yourself: faith that you will be able to make a living and faith that you will be able to support yourself, your family, and your employees.

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