Free Report Helps Jobless Determine Their Potential To Succeed In Their Own Business

ThinkSelfEmployed.com’s free report “7 Key Indicators That You Have What It Takes to Kiss The Job Market Goodbye And Start Your Own Business!” helps jobless in their 40s and 50s determine if they have potential to succeed in their own business.
By: Gil Effron
 
Sept. 9, 2009 - PRLog -- NEW YORK, NY –– With the U.S. unemployment rate at 9.7% and the job market stalled, many in their 40s and 50s who are jobless are starting a business of their own.

A free report from ThinkSelfEmployed.com entitled “7 Key Indicators That You Have What It Takes To Kiss The Job Market Goodbye And Start Your Own Business” helps people determine if they have the potential to succeed in a business of their own.

According to Gil Effron, who heads ThinkSelfEmployed.com, starting a business is not necessarily as complicated, time consuming, or costly as people think. He says this is especially true for those in their 40s and 50s who held jobs in which they worked hard, were rewarded for good to excellent job performance, or demonstrated leadership skills.

“With proper guidance, self-discipline, and ambition people who never previously thought of themselves as ‘entrepreneurial’ are finding a way to leverage their talents, skills, and life lessons into a business of their own,” Effron said, “and to do so in less time than it could take for them to find a job.”  

Effron points out that it’s not important to be perfect or infallible in each of the seven key areas of the report. “Each of the seven indicators can be learned. If someone is motivated, there’s no reason why they can’t take what they’ve learned on and off the job and leverage those skills and abilities into a practical and viable business.”

The report is available free at http://www.ThinkSelfEmployed.com. For additional information, call 347-920-3272 or send an email to Info@ThinkSelfEmployed.com.

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In less time than it takes to find a new job, ThinkSelfEmployed.com helps people in their 50s who have lost jobs start a business of their own.
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