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Start Your Own Home Business After 50: How to Survive, Thrive, and Earn the Income You Deserve Paperback – May 1, 2013
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Offers plenty of sound advice ... a valuable tool for anyone who needs to plan for the future. If that's you, then "Start Your Own Home Business After 50" is a book you won't want too far away. --Terri Schlichenmeyer, The Bookworm Sez
f I were starting a business tomorrow, this is the only book I'd be reading, re-reading, highlighting and dog-earing. Bob Bly has written the true Owner's Manual for the over-50 brand new entrepreneur. --David Newman, author of "Do It! Marketing"
Bob's thorough review of the primary home business models is first rate and his insightful "How Bob Does It" tips are worth their weight in gold. This book can lead your way to finding the right path for you. --Bret Ridgway, co-founder of Speaker Fulfillment Services
"Start Your Own Home Business After 50" addresses the special needs, problems, and challenges of the over-50 entrepreneur ... its guidance can help you create a successful home business that can generate an ongoing "retirement annuity" for decades. --Robert Ringer, author of "Winning Through Intimidation" and "Looking Out for Number One"
If it's time to take your post-50 career into your own hands, "Start Your Own Home Business After 50" is an essential. It will give you realistic options for supporting yourself into retirement. --Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing-Mentor.com, co-producer of the Creative Freelancer Conference, and author of "The Creative Professional's Guide to Money"
To succeed in business, you need a mentor or guide, and there is none better than Bob Bly's "Start Your Own Home Business After 50." Bly writes with authority and depth of experience ... his seasoned counsel is priceless. --W. Terry Whalin, Author of "Jumpstart Your Publishing Dreams"
A complete blueprint for anyone over 50 (or younger) to start their own home business ... a solution for freedom from the economic woes many Baby Boomers are suffering. If you're thinking of starting a business, read this book first! --Donald Mahoney, copywriter and co-founder of American Writers & Artists Inc.
If you're over 50 and you want to work from home, be your own boss, and control your own destiny, you must read this book. It's the single besst resource I have ever seen on the topic. -- Eric Yaverbaum, author of "Leadership Secrets of the World's Most Successful CEO's" and "PR For Dummies"
Extraordinarily thorough in showing people over 50 precisely how to start and run a successful home-based business. Friendly and easy-to-read ... for anyone wanting to learn more about taking this life-chaning path. I highly recommend it. --Michael Johnson, founder of SalesDog.com
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This book covers eight different businesses including: Freelancing, Consulting, Coaching, eBay, Internet Marketing, Close-Outs, Import/ Export, and Real Estate. Each chapter includes excellent and detailed action items so you do more than read a well-crafted book. You can take action and achieve your goals.
I've read a number of Bly's books and this one is excellent. I recommend it.
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This book was disappointing for a Robert Bly. I was hoping to learn more about setting up a Facebook business page, and it wasn't there. Read morePublished on July 11, 2014 by Lindas
Robert Bly is well-known writer so this book is easy to read. It has some great ideas and deals with some of the issues of starting a home business after 50. Read morePublished on March 16, 2014 by jane gardner