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the Great Gray market for biz opps

Published on 5/6/2016
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There is a very common number that is thrown out regarding baby boomers and retirement.  We consistently hear that every day 10,000 baby boomers hit the typical retirement age of 65.  This trend is expected to go out until 2030.  What is troubling with this narrative is the assumption that most have enough funds to actually retire.  The reality is that most will depend on Social Security “as their primary source of retirement income.” Source - My Budget 360

 

At a time when most of the “baby boomers” assumed they would be retiring comfortably, many seniors are coming to the realization that they don’t have enough to retire on and that they will have to continue to work, maybe…

 

for the rest of their lives…

 

The “cliche” jobs for many after retirement in the USA are McDonald’s counter help and WalMart greeter.

 

A “How stuff works” article listed the 10 “best” jobs for retirees as…

 

  • Non-profit Consulting
  • “Mr. Fixit”
  • Government Worker
  • Tutor
  • Become a 'Craftapreneur'
  • Retail Jobs (attention WalMart shopper)
  • Temp Jobs
  • Tax Preparer
  • Patient Advocate
  • Part-Time Nurse

 

At the same time, more “seniors” are getting online than ever before. They are THE fastest growing demographic to discover the “online world”.

 

Tony Tezak owns and operates several traffic exchanges, the primary one being his namesake “Tezak Traffic Power” AND - he lives here in Albuquerque where I do. We met and became friends last year. He’s taught me a LOT about “TE’s” - traffic exchanges…

 

I’m 56, Tony’s in his 70’s and a veteran of the TE industry. He taught me that many of his members are just looking to make $200 to $500 a month - AND - many of them are retirees…

 

So think about it. If it was your grandpa, or your dad, or uncle would you want them to show up at WalMart - McDonalds - the janitorial service - be the part time pharmacist at the grocery store and be the “old guy/lady” there OR…

 

Would you rather see them logging on to the computer at home, Investing a couple hours everyday at the kitchen table over coffee and making that same $200 to $500 a month?

 

We can make a bunch of money helping a lot of people “make a little extra” and, as my 14 year old says “it’s ALL good”...

 

Greatly blessed and highly favored

 

Bill Bateman - that’s like “BATMAN with an “E” in the middle” I tell folks

 

PS - One of my favorite business platforms is the LeadsLeap program. It’s part tools, part leads, part “income for clicks”, part business opportunity - 1 “signup” a day

 

Priceless...

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