The Scrappy Entrepreneur Podcast

Kerry Hannon: You’re never too old to get rich!

March 23, 2021 The Scrappy Entrepreneur Podcast Season 1 Episode 48
The Scrappy Entrepreneur Podcast
Kerry Hannon: You’re never too old to get rich!
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The Scrappy Entrepreneur Podcast
Kerry Hannon: You’re never too old to get rich!
Mar 23, 2021 Season 1 Episode 48
The Scrappy Entrepreneur Podcast

Today my guest is Kerry Hannon, a leading authority and strategist on work and jobs, career transitions, entrepreneurship, leadership, personal finance and retirement. A frequent TV and radio commentator, millions of people have been motivated by Kerry’s can-do, down-to-earth message. Besides writing for high-profile publications like Forbes, Money, USA Today and the New York Times, Kerry is the best-selling author of 14 books, including Never Too Old to Get Rich: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business Mid-Life.

 In this episode we dive into:

 ·         Why a 50-plus person can start over and “re-engage in the world”

·         Why the stars don’t have to perfectly align when you start your business

·         Why you have to be serious about your business and not make rash decisions

·         The need to be financially fit for your “second act”

·         How to get financially “lean and mean”

·         Why it’s cheaper than ever to start a business

·         Why you shouldn’t tap into your retirement accounts to start a business

·         The benefits of sampling your entrepreneurial idea by volunteering or interning

·         Why physical fitness is vital to entrepreneurial success

·         Hot to tackle the problem of “ageism” when starting a business

·         Attaining spiritual fitness using methods such as yoga , tai chi or relaxing walks 

·         How to approach technology when you’re not comfortable with it

·         Accessing the numerous free resources, such as SCORE, as you get started

·         How to get the ever-necessary sales experience even if you’ve never sold anything

·         Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone

·         Why you shouldn’t rule out small business loans from banks and credit unions

·         Why older entrepreneurs have advantages over their younger counterparts

·         Why you should “give yourself permission” to try something new

·         Reasons to view your career as a patchwork quilt and not as something linear

 

To connect with Kerry Hannon:

 Website: https://kerryhannon.com/

Twitter: @KerryHannon  

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerryhannon/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kerryhannon

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/4Brinkley/videos

 



Show Notes

Today my guest is Kerry Hannon, a leading authority and strategist on work and jobs, career transitions, entrepreneurship, leadership, personal finance and retirement. A frequent TV and radio commentator, millions of people have been motivated by Kerry’s can-do, down-to-earth message. Besides writing for high-profile publications like Forbes, Money, USA Today and the New York Times, Kerry is the best-selling author of 14 books, including Never Too Old to Get Rich: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business Mid-Life.

 In this episode we dive into:

 ·         Why a 50-plus person can start over and “re-engage in the world”

·         Why the stars don’t have to perfectly align when you start your business

·         Why you have to be serious about your business and not make rash decisions

·         The need to be financially fit for your “second act”

·         How to get financially “lean and mean”

·         Why it’s cheaper than ever to start a business

·         Why you shouldn’t tap into your retirement accounts to start a business

·         The benefits of sampling your entrepreneurial idea by volunteering or interning

·         Why physical fitness is vital to entrepreneurial success

·         Hot to tackle the problem of “ageism” when starting a business

·         Attaining spiritual fitness using methods such as yoga , tai chi or relaxing walks 

·         How to approach technology when you’re not comfortable with it

·         Accessing the numerous free resources, such as SCORE, as you get started

·         How to get the ever-necessary sales experience even if you’ve never sold anything

·         Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone

·         Why you shouldn’t rule out small business loans from banks and credit unions

·         Why older entrepreneurs have advantages over their younger counterparts

·         Why you should “give yourself permission” to try something new

·         Reasons to view your career as a patchwork quilt and not as something linear

 

To connect with Kerry Hannon:

 Website: https://kerryhannon.com/

Twitter: @KerryHannon  

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerryhannon/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kerryhannon

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/4Brinkley/videos