Please feel free to use this article as long as credit is given to the resource box. Keywords: Work at Home, New Middle Aged Group, Baby Boomers, Starting Over, Faith, Self Worth © Copyright Arthur Levine 2007 Words: 463
Nobody wants to feel like a bum or a slacker. Even though people in their fifties and sixties have worked and prospered all of their adult lives, when it comes time to retire many people get feelings of misgivings.
They have earned their retirement and leisure years, but the thought of doing nothing constructive leaves them disoriented and unsure about how they should proceed with their lives. For some the void can be filled with charitable or volunteer work. For others a monetary incentive is necessary to make them feel complete.
That’s when the specter of starting a new career, building their own business, or doing something on the Internet begins to look like a viable substitute for spending their later years in retirement.
That’s where bona fide work at home opportunities can provide a viable alternative to doing nothing and feeling like a bum.
Work at home opportunities on the Internet provide members of the new middle aged group with the change to combine income-generating endeavors with a fair amount of leisure time.
People can pick and choose how many hours a week they care to work. They can decide how much of an effort they really want to make. Most work at home opportunities provide the advantage of being able to travel and still maintain your business through the use of a laptop computer. Your business can travel with you.
The most important thing is not how much money the new venture makes or how much time you devote to it, but the feeling of accomplishment you get from creating a new business and being a productive force for good.
To do this one has to have faith in themselves. Don’t let separation from the routine you have been used to let you question your own self worth.
Don’t allow yourself to fall into a rut of thinking you don’t still have ability and valuable experience and knowledge.
Remember who you are and what you have accomplished.
Use the same type of “I Can Do It Attitude” that got you to this point in your life to help you accomplish anything you set your mind to.
You can do it. All you need is faith in yourself and the Almighty.
Arthur Levine is the author of numerous articles showing people how they can become members of the new middle-aged group (people in their fifties and sixties plus). To learn how to make a new beginning, work at home, start over, and stay young, access: http://www.YouCan-WorkAtHome.com To see more of his articles or to become a writer yourself, check out http://www.xomba.com/referral/77778458