Many people in their 40s, 50s, and even 60s have yearned to start their own businesses for years, but family and other responsibilities prevented them from doing anything more than dreaming. For many of them, the time is now. After a lifetime of work, these mid-life and retired entrepreneur wannabes are looking for businesses that don't require a huge investment of money or time. 100 Best Businesses to Start When You Don't Want to Work Hard Anymore is divided into three sections: Service businesses-adventure travel outfitter, educational consultant, personal chef, reunion planner, and more. Retail businesses-classic car sales, antiques, gourmet food store, and more. Product businesses-custom clothing designer, import business, herb farming, pet specialty manufacturer, and more. In brief, easy-to-digest chapters, each business listed includes a concise description of the business, why it's perfect for a mid-life or retired person, skills and investment required, and where to find more information.Perhaps the best way to get a steady flow of work is to arrange to take on repair referrals from a local appliance store, especially if their own staff ... These regular classes are typically run by the appliance manufacturers, such as General Electric and Maytag. ... b Description of the b Description of the business:usiness: usiness:usiness:usiness: A service that cleans a clienta#39;s car to perfection, inside and out, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The 100 Best Businesses to Start When You Don't Want to Work Hard Anymore|
|Publisher||:||Career Press - 2004|