How to be an Entrepreneur at Any Age (Entrepreneurship Stats)
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#86 SOLOCAST - Richie goes rogue from the Thiefaine Magre product mini-training to speak about entrepreneurship. This is the third installment of the TFN trilogy on product creation. Age doesn't matter in this time of ageism. Listen to recent, relevant, timely facts and stats around small business, starting a business and creating your ideal lifestyle around your happiness. If you've hit rock bottom, are you gonna let the bottom rock? :-) Are you going to do something about it?    You try to manage your time, but does time want to be managed?   
  • Stanford says: "The mean age at founding for the 1-in-1,000 fastest growing new ventures is 45.0."
  • SmallBizGenius says: "60% of people who start small businesses are between the ages of 40 and 60."
  • SBA says: "Small businesses make up: 99.7 percent of U.S. employer firms."
  • JPMorganChase says: "40 percent of all enterprises have under $100k in revenue."
  In this episode we talk about the economy, examples of people and products, pricing strategy and general business model and lifestyle integration. This podcast will help inspire you to discover how to become an entrepreneur at any age.    Go to to make your ideas into products.   Go here to create your own "on-mission" experience in life, leadership, coaching, entrepreneurship and small business:   Want to continue the conversation? Join us!   RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY:   RICHIE NORTON SHOW NOTES AND RESOURCES:   RICHIE NORTON SOCIAL:      
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