Baby Boomers Trending Toward Home Business To Supplement Retirement

As the idea of people in general and baby boomers in particular getting involved in network marketing to build a retirement income gathers pace, and becomes more commonplace, it seems that publications  that only a while ago would not give column space to MLM’s or the “make money from home” business are having to acknowledge the upward trend of the population that is looking toward building a business from home as a means of giving them the freedom they were looking forward to before their pensions got decimated.

A recent article in Forbes magazine details a woman who “ started with the idea that I just needed to make my month easier… to make an extra $500 per month.”

She soon discovered that she could make a whole lot more than that following the advice that “if you treat it like a hobby it won’t pay you like a business” .

She also discovered the difference between selling a product and selling a passion. If you sell a product that will truly make a difference to people’s lives, you can become a lot more passionate about it than selling something that answers just a short-term need like pots and pans etc.

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When asked if she felt she was successful she pointed out  “I’m a single mother who used to work 50 hours per week outside the home.  Now I’ve cut it to 20 hours, which is a major upgrade for me and my family.”

The Forbes author then goes on to state I believe the concept of starting a business for retirement income will become one of the most significant trends impacting retirement in the 21st century

 Ipas2 is a system built from the ground up specifically to help people build up a business from home, this includes but certainly isn’t limited to, those that may have had no prior online experience, which is proving very popular with Baby Boomers, and soon-to-be retirees, looking to bolster their pension options.

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It operates on the principles of providing a support structure and a step by step plan to building an online business, which answers and counteracts the two most common reasons for failure. Lack of support and not knowing what to do next.

The industry could soon experience larger than life growth, spurred by baby boomers looking to adjust their retirement feelings and plans.

Ipas2 truly is a system which is changing lives for countless people and restoring faith in an industry which has many dishonest and unethical practices.

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13 comments on “Baby Boomers Trending Toward Home Business To Supplement Retirement
  1. Sheena says:

    this is awesome stuff declan! =D

  2. Ken Beckford says:

    This is gooood. Love to see this industry grow. It’s the great equalizer.

  3. Steve Krivda says:

    We had Harry Dent at one of our last big events and he stated that network marketing is going to be a big part of the economy in the next 5 years. Great article.

  4. Neat to move with these trends. Thanks for sharing this trend. Learning more on how to use it effectively daily for my business too.

  5. Lynn Brown says:

    I believe this trend of starting a business and seeing network marketing business growing as well to be very significant in the next 5 years. That’s because we all learned from the ‘bubbles bursting’ starting in 2008 as wake up calls to us all. If you are going to keep doing the same thing…well, we know what that means. Thanks for sharing Declan!

  6. Cate Saxton says:

    Love your post and the video is wonderfully informative!

    We “Boomers” must stick together! We’ve a long way to go baby!


  7. Francis Carter says:

    Great subject matter…I’m reminded of an PBS Frontline Program I once watch call “Can you afford to retire”. It gave me insights on why one should keep their options open to other ways to earn money onside a job. I tried to embed the video below don’t know if it will work. If not Look it up on Google

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