Napoleon Hill’s landmark work turns 80 this year. While the book is dated in many ways, it’s still a fantastic how-to manual for manifesting dreams.
Steps Three and Four of the ten-step series How to Start a Business After 40 are to identify a market need and the skills and desire you have to fill it.
Step Two of the ten-step series How to Start a Business After 40 is to take the time to identify what you like doing enough to make a business out of it.
Taking time to identify your skills and whether they’re enough to earn a living is Step One of the ten-step series How to Start a Business After 40.
Our first official, but second chronological, blog post in which Christopher introduces the blog and ruminates on managing the pressure to get things done.
Here are ten essential steps to starting a business after you’re 40 years older, wiser and saner; a road map for the journey to your self-sufficient future.