Entrepreneurial Dreams in the Season of Eggnog: Holiday Gift Ideas for Early Retirees and Restless Fifty Plus-ers

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Get holiday gift ideas for aspiring 50+ entrepreneurs.

The end of December is a traditional time of the year for corporate managers and executives to officially start their retirements. And many in this new generation of retirees are looking for a new challenge in life rather than a gold watch, silk tie or retirement rocking chair. For members of this group, Bizstarters.com's Jeff Williams offers some holiday gift suggestions.

"Our 10 Keys To Starting A Great Business At 50 And Beyond DVD ($19.95) is a great stocking stuffer for the holidays," says Williams, CEO of the nationally known entrepreneurial training and coaching company, Bizstarters.com. "Through the digital DVD presentation I provide key insights based on working with more than 4,000 entrepreneurs and help the viewer create individualized answers to the 10 most commonly asked questions about starting at this stage of life."

Besides the 10 Keys DVD, Williams offers these entrepreneurial oriented gift ideas for individuals nearing or starting retirement:

·Entrepreneur-To-Entrepreneur Retreat at the Edward Lowe Foundation's Big Rock Retreat - $600 per person (http://www.edwardlowe.org)

·Seven week "Fundamentals of Marketing" teleclass series with the staff of Michael Gerber's E-Myth International -- $199 (http://www.e-myth.com)

·Annual membership in the National Association of Self-Employed -- $96 (http://www.nase.org)

·Make a loan – save a life. Get matched up online as an investor in a Third-World business -- $50 and up (http://www.kiva.org)

·Or, if you have millions to spend ... catch a ride to the International Space Station, like entrepreneur Anouseh Ansari -- $20 million (http://www.spaceadventures.com)

"50-plus Boomers find the traditional retirement gifts of a watch or pen set far too passive for their taste. What they really want is a door to a new adventure in life, like starting their own business," Williams adds.

About Bizstarters

Bizstarters guides those 50 and over to plan and launch successful businesses through its courses, one-on-one business coaching, telegroup programs and new DVD based on Founder and CEO Jeff Williams' award-winning live workshops and training programs. Jeff William's entrepreneurial advice has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Kiplinger's Retirement Planning Guide, Fortune.com, BoomersTV.com and more.

Jeff and the Bizstarters coaches have trained and coached more than 4,000 new business owners. A 50-plus business owner himself, Jeff specializes in showing his peers how to start a successful business that will inspire and reward them.

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