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New Year, New Start, New Business!
So the festivities are well and truly over, the decorations and the tree have been put away for another year. 

The celebrations are a rapidly fading memory and the only thing to show for it is an extra inch or two on your waistline!

The start of year is usually the time for New Year resolutions, get fit, lose weight, learn to dance etc. It’s also the time when a lot of people think about other lifestyle and career changes, find a new job or start a business of your own. Let’s face it, you have had some time off work and maybe you have been thinking that your current job doesn’t give you the lifestyle or the job satisfaction that you would like. Or perhaps you would just like to “sack” the boss and become master or mistress of your own destiny.
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http://theinternetmarketingtoolkit.com/new-year-new-start-new-business/
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How Great Is The #InternetMarketing Business?
 

Last week my wife Brenda and I decided that it would be nice to have a few days holiday. Now if you work for someone else or you have a bricks and mortar business, taking a break takes planning. If you’re an employee you have to ask your boss if you can take some time off and usually have to give several weeks notice.

 On the other hand with a traditional business, it seems you have two options, close for the holidays or leave your precious business in someone else’s care. Which is OK if you have someone who you can trust to run the show while you’re away.
Read the full story at http://theinternetmarketingtoolkit.com/how-great-is-the-internet-marketing-business/
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You're Never Too Old To Start Something New!

If you are like me, shall we say, not in the first flush of youth, don't think that you are over the hill or have missed the boat. After all according to the press, 60 is the new 40.

Our generation enjoys better health than at any previous time and with the government saying that we are going to have to work longer and save more for our retirement it seems to me that if that's the case you might as well do something that you enjoy rather than something you find a drudge.

If you take a look at some well-known faces from the world of entertainment and business. At the time of writing this article, Tom Jones is 70, Richard Branson is 64, Alan Sugar is 67 and Martha Stewart is 73. Now none of these people need to work because they're short of money, they do it because they love what they do and probably can't envisage a life without purpose or days watching daytime television.

Having said that, the great thing about having your own business is that you choose when to work and for how long. If you only want to work three days a week or only in the morning, that's fine it's your choice.

Also don't listen to the naysayers who tell you that you can't teach an old dog new tricks, that is nonsense.

If you have the desire and a reasonable amount of common sense there is no reason at all why you can't learn new skills in your 50's, 60's or 70's.

Check out the full article at http://EzineArticles.com/8778770

It's nver too late to start your own business!

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You're Never Too Old To Start Something New!
If you are like me, shall we say, not in the first flush of youth, don't think that you are over the hill or have missed the boat. After all according to the press, 60 is the new 40.

Our generation enjoys better health than at any previous time and with the government saying that we are going to have to work longer and save more for our retirement it seems to me that if that's the case you might as well do something that you enjoy rather than something you find a drudge.

If you take a look at some well-known faces from the world of entertainment and business. At the time of writing this article, Tom Jones is 70, Richard Branson is 64, Alan Sugar is 67 and Martha Stewart is 73. Now none of these people need to work because they're short of money, they do it because they love what they do and probably can't envisage a life without purpose or days watching daytime television.

Having said that, the great thing about having your own business is that you choose when to work and for how long. If you only want to work three days a week or only in the morning, that's fine it's your choice.

Also don't listen to the naysayers who tell you that you can't teach an old dog new tricks, that is nonsense.

If you have the desire and a reasonable amount of common sense there is no reason at all why you can't learn new skills in your 50's, 60's or 70's.

Go to  http://EzineArticles.com/8778770 to read the full article.

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You're Never Too Old To Start Something New!

And YES you can teach an old dog new tricks!

YES You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

If you are like me, shall we say, not in the first flush of youth, don't think that you are over the hill or have missed the boat. After all according to the press, 60 is the new 40.

Our generation enjoys better health than at any previous time and with the government saying that we are going to have to work longer and save more for our retirement it seems to me that if that's the case you might as well do something that you enjoy rather than something you find a drudge.

If you take a look at some well known faces from the world of entertainment and business. At the time of writing this article, Tom Jones is 70, Richard Branson is 64, Alan Sugar is 67 and Martha Stewart is 73. Now none of these people need to work because they're short of money, they do it because they love what they do and probably can't envisage a life without purpose or days watching daytime television.

Read the full article at http://ezinearticles.com/?Youre-Never-Too-Old-To-Start-Something-New%21&id=8778770

Or check us out @ www.theinternetmarketingtoolkit.com and find out how you can start a successful #onlinebusiness  
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5 Inventive Internet Marketing Ideas
 

Sometimes you need to think “outside the box” to come up with new ideas and novel ways to attract new customers to your web site or online business. 

Here are 5 innovative ways to grab the attention of your potential customers and maybe set yourself apart from the competition.

 To find out more go to http://theinternetmarketingtoolkit.com/5-inventive-internet-marketing-ideas/
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Sometimes You Just Have To Go For It!
In 2005 after surviving three mergers and business re-organisations, I was faced with yet another job re-evaluation and the prospect of re-applying for one of the new roles in the organisation.

I asked myself “Do I really want to go through all that again?” and the answer was a resounding “No”

So at 55, I took voluntary redundancy and was faced with the prospect of either looking for a new job or taking a different path and starting my own business.

http://theinternetmarketingtoolkit.com/sometimes-you-just-have-to-go-for-it/
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