By Next Big Idea Club April 20, 2022 Arthur C. Brooks is an American social scientist, the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. He has authored eleven books, including the bestsellers Love Your Enemies and The … Continue reading We have the potential to get happier (and more successful) as we get older. Here’s how
Wendy Marx July 26, 2021 What’s the first thing you do when you hear about somone in your industry? If you’re like me, you Google them. You check out their Twitter, LinkedIn, and website, if they have one. And on all of these, you read their bio. This illustrates why your bio is so important. … Continue reading How to Write a Bio As an Older Professional: 10 Tips to Stand Out
Wendy Marx July 15, 2021 Whether you’re an older professional eager to boost your personal brand or pivot to a new career or ready to try something new, LinkedIn can help you get there. But there’s one caveat — you need to be a powerful presence on LinkedIn. No dithering allowed. But first you need … Continue reading How to Craft an Outstanding LinkedIn Profile as an Older Professional
Wendy Marx July 2, 2021 Have you ever said to yourself, “I’d love to start a business but I’m just too old to be an entrepreneur.” Think again. The average age of founders behind fast-growing new ventures is 45, according to a business school study. Over 45? Don’t worry. Data show that founders are likely … Continue reading 7 Powerful Ingredients to Career Success For Older Entrepreneurs
Wendy Marx June 18, 2021 Searching for a job when you’re over 50 is never easy and can be stressful. But having the right resume can help. Discover how to write a resume that gets results when you’re an older professional — as well as some resume tips for what not to do. The fact … Continue reading How to Write a Resume That Will Boost Your Career as an Older Professional
Brandon Barr September 24, 2020 It’s a common misconception that older domains are, by their nature, better for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The belief is that older domains are seen as more trustworthy or legitimate by search engines, so they are ranked higher. This myth has been debunked, but it continues to be perpetuated in … Continue reading Are Older Domains Better For SEO?
Andrej Kovacevic — December 12, 2018 Follow @andrejtl — December 12, 2018 Image credit: rawpixel / Pexels Starting and operating a business isn’t the easiest path to take to success. It’s one that’s fraught with risk, particularly for the long-term financial health of the entrepreneur. For the young, it’s usually a risk worth taking. For … Continue reading 3 Mistakes Older Entrepreneurs Make When Planning for Retirement
Roxanne Abercrombie — July 17, 2017 Follow @parkersoftware — July 17, 2017 OpenClipart-Vectors / Pixabay It may surprise you that one in five Twitter users are aged over 50, over 59 per cent of seniors have made an online purchase in the past three months, and a colossal 28 million seniors have a Facebook account. … Continue reading What Do Older Generations Want From Customer Service? [Infographic]
Bob WoodsOctober 15, 2015 I’m always excited when I click “Publish” on a new Long-Form Post here on LinkedIn. For me, it’s like showing off a new car, a new suit or even a new tie. (I don’t wear ties a lot; when I do, though, they’re pretty great.) When those things get older, though, … Continue reading Don’t Forget About Your Older LinkedIn Published Articles
During my research about older web users, I came across this fabulous infographic from the blog post 10 Reasons Grandpa Is Cooler Than You and I just had to share it! What I love about this infographic are the myths it clears up. Go to the original post to view it more clearly, especially if … Continue reading If You Assume Older Web Users Will Never Catch Up, Think On!