Unless you’ve just returned from planet Phloston, you’re now aware that every phone conversation, email, keystroke and web search is being monitored, recorded and archived by government agencies too numerous to mention. A friend recently stated he didn’t care if the government put a camera in every room because […]
Your Niche Website
Whatever your present position in the retirement cycle, whether currently employed, preparing for imminent retirement, or already retired, laid off or out sourced, one thing of concern to most Boomers is having enough money to support ourselves throughout retirement. The ugly truth is that the old ‘career’ paradigm is […]
Can You Survive Retirement? This is a great question and one that strikes a chord with many facing retirement. The following article offers more great questions in light of the current and likely future headed our way, as well as the most likely solution for most baby boomers who […]
The following article discusses the fact that whether we like it or not, if we are to reach our retirement goals we must consider the increasing trend of the independent worker.
While our nation continues to experience high unemployment, many job openings go unfilled due to an incorrect match between employer needs and potential employee skill sets. The very nature of employment is changing and it’s important to understand that it’s never going back.
Looking for an advantage? Whether your ‘job’ is working for someone else or in your own endeavor, the following article presents what you need to do in order to become and remain in demand.
While more and more Baby Boomers are getting on board with social media, we still lag behind in getting up to speed with all it can do for us. The following article provides an update on where we are.
What will you do for the next thirty or forty years after you retire?
Today’s economic woes are creating incredible opportunities, and opening many people’s eyes to the fact that changing your life, reclaiming your time and getting out of that old nine to five job might just be the way to go. And, starting a home-based, online business is a great way to do that.
More and more of us are building websites on the Internet with the hope that we can create a second income or maybe even become successful enough that we can quit our “day” jobs. How do you choose what your site will be about? This article is to help you in the process of how to find your niche.
After working for 20 or 30 years in a particular industry, Baby Boomers are known as the most knowledgeable resource for companies around the globe. If that’s the case, why are they using that knowledge and expertise for someone else’s business instead of their own?