Important reminders for all the mothers, corporate soldiers and baby boomers looking to launch.
There is a swelling class of first-time entrepreneurs, and they need help.
This class includes, among others, mompreneurs (women who saw business-building as a way to bolster their retirement stash and waning self-esteem from being out of the workforce for years); homepreneurs (recently laid-off cubicle warriors, or just those fed up with their 90-minute commutes); and boomerpreneurs (50- to 70-year-old careerists driven to pursue lifelong dreams while they still have the health and gumption to do it).
To read the full, original article click on this link: Wake-Up Call For Newly Hatched Entrepreneurs - Forbes.com
Author: Steven Berglas, Ph.D.