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The SBI! Back To Work Sweepstakes Starts Aug 27.
Being kind and considerate goes a long way, even in business. Here is a heartwarming story from Harvard Business Review on the impact of kindness in a business.
Here is a a real interesting article by Laurence Shatkin on his approach to developing his list of the 200 best jobs for introverts. Whether you are an introvert or not, it is well worth reading. You never know what you might find.
The baby boomers are having an impact. This article from theatlantic.com dated Jul 6, 2012 states that workers over age 55, for the first time, will make up more of the workforce than those between ages 25 and 34 years old. A great chart is included.
For those looking for part-time work during retirement, here are 10 areas that you can investigate to find one that is right for you. From huffingtonpost.com dated July 3, 2012.
Be sure to check out slide #2 (Internet). It features Jose and Jill Ferrer who used SBI (Site Build It) to build their web business that provides info and guidance on RV living. They make an extra $700 per month to support their RV lifestyle. Check it out.
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You may think that the 18 - 34 demographic represents the ideal of the 'innovative startup". That is not the case anymore.
Today, the highest rate of entrepreneurship in the U.S. is the 55-to-64 demographic and the lowest rate is the 20-to-34 demographic according to an article in the Washington Post dated June 24, 2012.
For all you aspiring baby boomer entrepreneurs out there, consider these entrepreneur ideas.
For more on the article check the link below.
As this article in Forbes indicates, there are many great books on "how to" do most anything. But there is nothing like personal guidance or a personal recommendation. Think what would Ben Franklin do? From Forbes.com dated June 20, 2012.
Find other possibilities at our Entrepreneur Ideas.