The MaturePreneurial Mission

My mission is to help other older individuals step out of the 9 -5 working world and start their own entrepreneurial journey.  I started mine at the age of 53 with a food blog and I continue to thrive and get more ideas. Just because I’m past middle age that doesn’t mean I can’t be productive, creative and live my dream!

It Is Never Too Late To Succeed!

Listen to other entrepreneurs who started their journey after the age of 40! Hear stories of how they jumped hurdles, what worked for them and what didn’t.  You don’t have to go it alone. Learn from the successes and mistakes of others so you can start your journey today!


048: Cardiff D. Hall | Cardiff D. Hall dot com

Cardiff D. Hall has a passion for life and helps individuals transform their self-being so they reach and sustain achievement. He is a coach, author, and public speaker. Prior to starting his own business, Cardiff spent 25 years as an executive in marketing and sales....
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047: Teresa McCloy | Teresa McCloy Coaching

Business Productivity Coach Teresa McCloy partners with her clients to stop being busy and do what matters. Teresa is a recovered workaholic who was addicted to all the latest apps, software, and best-selling books on productivity. She continually felt that if she...
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046: Pauline Durban | Covered Perfectly

Pauline Durban is the proud founder of Covered Perfectly, a company whose purpose is to provide flattering, comfortable clothing for women over 40.  Originally from England, Pauline moved to the United States in 1992. The Challenge: What to Wear? As a middle-aged...
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045: Nitin Chhoda | Total Activation

Nitin Chhoda PT, DPT began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 14. He sold Coca Cola when it was still only available in bottles and returned the bottles to the store to earn back the deposit. An immigrant who arrived in the U.S. penniless in 2002 in a post 9-11...
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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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Step Six: Create a plan or platform to reach customers

Step Six of the ten-step Maturepreneurial series How to Start a Business After 40 is about creating, choosing, or discovering the plan and platform you will use to engage with the ideal customer you identified in Step Five. Channel Surfing Wow! Did I learn a lot...
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Welcome to MaturePreneurial!  My name is Elaine and I’m the chick behind the mic!  If you want to read more about me, just click my face. If you want to listen to why I started this podcast, click here.

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