How to have a productive, energised, creative life after 50 as a mature entrepreneur
Every dreamed of what to do after 50 or 60? Your kids have grown up and left home. You are still young and fit, with spark left in you, albeit more mature. You could even go another 30 or 40 years, couldn’t you? There are many centenarians out there – right? What kept them going so long? What kept them active and involved? What kept them learning? What kept them motivated and excited about life and what it has to offer? What kept them growing up?
Without a doubt, the ‘second’ half of a person’s life can be the best, most exciting, happy, rewarding and enjoyable phase – if you dare to dream and think outside that box. As a mature person you have confidence and life experience. You have worked a lot of things out. And you are certainly not ready to be put out to pasture just because you are mature! Hell no.
Chapter 10 was written by mature entrepreneur – Sandy Sanderson. It is her story about a new lease on life, the building of a more abundant life, born of the necessity of having to find solutions to heal her heart health issues. It is a story about self-help and the power of magnesium to transform health – and life. And it is a story about defying the odds, taking control of life and circumstances – and taking a chance!
When you read this book you will:
Discover inspiring stories from entrepreneurs about newly created products or services that had not existed before;
Learn how they used adverse situations to creatively problem solve and turn that creation into a profitable enterprise.
Find stories and circumstances that resonate with you and fire you up to take action yourself;
Gain confidence and ideas about how to capitalise on your own life’s experience.
“Age is only a number.” Ross K.
“Take a step into the unknown: It could change your life.” Diana Todd-Banks
“We should wear the badge of ‘mature entrepreneur’ with honour.” S. Sanderson