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Many Boomers are starting businesses, some after years of working for someone else. According to research by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Americans between the ages of 55 and 64 have a higher rate of entrepreneurial activity than Americans age 20 to 34.
You can delve into your past for signs that Corporate America or working for someone else is not or was not the best fit for you. I think all the way back to when I was in grade school when I sold seeds, cards, and had a paper route to make money to buy the things I wanted. Long since then, I have started several ventures and have work in start-ups from consulting and financial software solutions, to my most recent swim instruction business. Have you started any ventures in the past? What did you learn from your earlier experiences?