Rick Terrien

Rick Terrien


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I am a lifelong entrepreneur with a focus on sustainability. My own business launches that have exceeded 40 years, 20 years, 10 years and five years. I was awarded U.S. Small Business New Product of the Year, as well as Fast Company's Fast 50 (now The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies).

http://www.ageless-startup.com

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Transitioning Older Workers Into New Opportunities Doesn't Have to Be Hard

Organizations have a responsibility, as well as a clear economic incentive, to support them in their next steps.

Older Entrepreneurs Should Embrace Working From Home

Making a remote office your core strategy is a path toward exciting new peer-to-peer opportunities.

Market Optimization Is the Way to Boost Your Late-Career Startup

What'sĀ vital in this process is defining your company's mission, goalsĀ and values in advance.

Older Workers Must Be Proactive About Their Future

Rather than simply keep your head above water, take steps right now to build economic resiliency.

Why Marketing Activities and Tracking Will Help Your Ageless Startup Succeed

Find out how to let the world know what you're doing with these easy-to-follow tips.

The 2 Systems You Need to Set Up for Startup Success

One involves people; the other, finances. But both are essential to run your business effectively.

Laying the Groundwork for Your Ageless Startup

Find out what first steps you need to take to maximize potential.

Starting a Business That People Need

Here's how to determine what problems you can solve to make your new business a success.

26 Questions to Help You Decide If a Late-in-Life Business Is Right for You

Instead of just asking "Why me?" ask yourself these questions to determine if becoming an entrepreneur after you retire from your job is a smart move for you.

Slow Down! Why Starting Slow Is the Right Speed for Business Success

Even if you're in the second half of your life and worried about getting your business started quickly, we'll tell you why taking it slow is your best bet.

The 3-Step Startup Journey

Get each of these steps right, and you just might have a successful business on your hands.

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