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We are here to work with Boomagers

If you identify being a Boomager, then your time is NOW.

I know, I hadn’t heard the term before either, but I fully understand and identify with the demographic, because I am one, and proud to be so.

This is something that you will have to think about when you start your own business. Who is your target audience?

But for now, let’s concentrate on you. If you have been lucky enough to have kept healthy and active, then the chances are that you have reached a stage in your life, where you are blessed with some exciting choices as to how you would like to spend the next 30 years or so. Certainly the next 10 – 15, in terms of still wanting or needing to work.

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It is also highly likely, that somewhere along the way, you have considered what it might be like to work from home, and not have to work for someone else and be managed by the younger generation.

You’ve achieved so much already: parenting, working, balancing home, family and career. You now have life and work skills that people only acquire the hard way: experience, and lots of it.

As a Boomager you are also adventurous, self-reliant and used to taking a stick and making the pathway as we go.

Finding new purpose at this stage of your life is one of the most exciting things you’ll ever do. And yes, it’s challenging – right now,  you don’t know what you don’t know. This is where Zeal for Business comes in.

Finding your purpose for this stage of your life does not have to be daunting. It’s just at the moment, you don’t know what you don’t know; which is where Zeal for Business comes in.

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Steph Allen, Owner, The Training Spa

“Chris is the ultimate professional! She has amazing energy and a passion to support new businesses. Her empathy, resilience and mental toughness work together to build an inspirational role model for new businesses.

I thoroughly enjoy working with Chris and supporting her gain a graduate-level leadership qualification – another example of how her continuous desire to validate her own skills and maintain her own development, so she can share skills with others.” August 10, 2012

Stephanie Allen, The Training Spa

Further support and courses please. Priceless.

Derek Roase, Offshore Electrical Engineer

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