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I am a Seniorpreneur based in Edmonton, AB Canada. I am searching for new business ideas to help me with my 'Project Seniorpreneur' (see Google Search). My mission is to empower Seniors (60 Plus) to become entrepreneurs and build a Legacy. Thanks for listening.

Joe Wasylyk
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Welcome to the forum ... when I try to advise my mother on things, she always says "I'm too old!!" Good luck on your project - the "i'm too old!" objection is very hard to conquer.
 

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Welcome Joe. :)
 

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Welcome, Joe.

Nothing convinces others that they can do it more than seeing their peers accomplishing what they're afraid of.

The more testimonials and peer stories you can find, the easier your task

(ahem). But you knew that. ;)

Let us know if we can help. :)

-Russ H.
(I'm not old yet, I just look that way)

PS If you want to get seniors into blogging (what a perfect way to scrapbook and talk about their memories, and leave a legacy), look up my friend Jon Symons (aka "John Lee Hacker") at http://www.artofmoney.org/
He's a great guy, and will be happy to help you get started with blogs if he can. It will take him a few days to respond to any emails, though, since he's a very, very busy bee. :)
 
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Aug 4, 2007
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Edmonton, AB Canada
Welcome, Joe.

Nothing convinces others that they can do it more than seeing their peers accomplishing what they're afraid of.

The more testimonials and peer stories you can find, the easier your task

(ahem). But you knew that. ;)

Let us know if we can help. :)

-Russ H.
(I'm not old yet, I just look that way)

PS If you want to get seniors into blogging (what a perfect way to scrapbook and talk about their memories, and leave a legacy), look up my friend Jon Symons (aka "John Lee Hacker") at http://www.artofmoney.org/
He's a great guy, and will be happy to help you get started with blogs if he can. It will take him a few days to respond to any emails, though, since he's a very, very busy bee. :)
Russ H.,

Thanks very much for your reply to help me kick start my 'Project Seniorpreneur' (see Google). I contacted Jon Symons as you suggested and e-mailed him a question on this subject. Also, I registered for Jon's Art Of Money Free Newsletter.

Joe Wasylyk
Seniorpreneur
 

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