10 Twitter Accounts for Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs to Follow

If you’re looking for inspiration, tips or ideas for your next act as a 40-or-older business owner, here are some Twitter accounts to follow:

1) Angela Raspass (@AngelaRaspass) – Helping women 40+ create, launch and expand into Your Next Chapter Business with clarity and confidence.

2) BoomerCafe (@BoomerCafe) – An online magazine for baby boomers with active lifestyles and youthful spirits.

3) Boomers in Business 2.0 (@SmBizBoomers) – Goes by this motto:  “You’ve got The Time. The Wisdom. The Experience.  What ARE you waiting for?”

4) Debra Eve (@DebraEve) – A late bloomer celebrating fellow late bloomers and their art, books and adventures.

5) Encore.org (@EncoreOrg) – Building a movement to advance second acts for the greater good.

6) Growing Bolder (@growingbolder) – Hope, inspiration and possibility for the 45+ generation.

7) Kerry Hannon (@KerryHannon) – Retirement, career and personal finance columnist.  Author of Getting the Job You Want After 50 and other books.

8) Kristen R. Edens (@ScribblerKris) – Copywriter, blogger and content developer for Boomers and GenX. Founder of Grandparents in Business blog.

9) Next Avenue (@NextAvenue) – Provides stories, information and advice for America’s 50+ generation.

10) Rick Barlow (@YouRenewed) – A retired entrepreneur who is exploring stories of personal reinvention in midlife and retirement.

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About Lynne Strang

I'm a writer who blogs about 40-and-older business owners. I am also the author of "Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs: Eight Principles for Starting a Business After Age 40." Outside of work, I enjoy reading, cooking, vegetable gardening and exercise (especially cycling).
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2 Responses to 10 Twitter Accounts for Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs to Follow

  1. Debra Eve says:

    Thanks so much for including me here, Lynne. And I found some other great people to follow!

    • Lynne Strang says:

      You’re welcome, Debra. As the number of people who start businesses later in life grows, so does the list of resources related to late-blooming entrepreneurship. I hope to highlight more of these resources in a future post.

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