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  • Writer's pictureLarry McClanahan

Want to Become a Micropreneur Later in Life? Here's Some Inspiration.

Increasingly, folks in the second half of life (age 50+) are fulfilling lifelong dreams by applying their years of wisdom and experience to starting their own business.

The arkenea blog shares 25 success stories of late life entrepreneurs that may give you some ideas and inspiration:

And the AARP has a platform specifically for helping those in the second half of life start their own business:

If you're a second-halfer running your own microbusiness, I'd be delighted to hear your story. Feel free to reach out through my Contact page.

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