5. How to Start A Business In Your 50s, 60s or Older
If you’re ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship, I got you covered.
In this episode, we’re going to cover the basics of starting a business in your 50s 60s, and older.
I'm gonna touch a little on what shifts you’ll need in your thinking, focus on how your age (and experience) is an asset you can capitalize on, and end with a step-by-step process to get started.
If this is your first time listening to the Age Has No Limit podcast or watching the video, you may not know that like many other people, I started a business in 2020. I started my business when I was 48 and now at 51 approaching 52, I can say it changed my life for the better.
In this episode, I hope to inspire those of you who’ve been thinking about taking the leap into entrepreneurship to ‘just do it.’
FEATURED ON THE SHOW
- Patrice Davis, Ready Set Go Consult, 5 Steps to Transition From An Employee to An Entrepreneur
- Patrice Davis, Ready Set Go Consult, How to Start A Consulting Business With Under $500
- Silver Entrepreneurship Initiative, Central New Mexico Community College
- Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship
- Aruba Department of Economic Affairs, “Silver Entrepreneurship” Workshop for retirees and soon-to-retire individuals
- Science Direct, The Pursuit of Entrepreneurship At the “Silver” Age: From the Lens of Malaysian Silver Entrepreneurs
- Forbes, Is It Really Hard to Start A Business When You’re Over 50?
- Nevada Small Business
- Due.com, Top 12 Benefits of Becoming a Remote Entrepreneur After Retirement
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- About the “Silver Entrepreneurship” phenomenon
- 15+ reasons to start a business in your 50s or older or in retirement
- A few employee-to-entrepreneur mindset shifts
- Steps to take to launch a business
- Initial actions to take to build a website or have one built for your business
- Tools to jumpstart your business
- Hidden costs to avoid