Leanings, Gleanings and Ruminations

Our Collective Maturepreneurial Wisdom

Step Ten: Stay the Course

Stay the Course is step ten of the ten-step Maturepreneurial series How to Start a Business After 40. Hugo Kerr Stay the course Step ten, like step two, is a step I personally find challenging to fulfill. Once I start something new, after a time that might be short or...

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Step Nine: Course Correct

Course Correct is Step Nine of the ten-step Maturepreneurial series How to Start a Business After 40. "Wise up, don't give up" as you execute, learn, and identify knowledge or experience gaps you must fill in order to move your business forward. Regis Freyd Charting...

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Step Eight: Launch your business

Step Eight of the ten-step Maturepreneurial series How to Start a Business After 40 is to launch your business! But what exactly does that mean? Diana Măceşanu Time to launch your business You've done all the prep work. In some form or fashion, with analytics or...

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Step Seven: Find a Mentor

Step Seven of the ten-step Maturepreneurial series How to Start a Business After 40 is to find a mentor, whether that be a person or a group of people from whom you can learn and benefit. Kevin Curtis Find a Mentor As with so many other once-easy-to-understand...

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Celebrate Small Things

The long haul will feel shorter and more enjoyable if we take time to celebrate the small victories we achieve along the road to fulfilling big dreams. Delaney Dawson One Small Step for a Man or Woman By the time you're 40, chances are you've heard many times some...

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Book Review: Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

It has taken me roughly 15 years to read this book. I don’t think I waited long enough. Napoleon Hill is the Abraham-Hicks precursor I've been following Abraham-Hicks – Jerry Hicks, his wife Esther Hicks, and Abraham, the non-physical teachers Esther channels – since...

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