Connie Ragen Green Shares Her Journey
I first saw Connie Ragen Green at the Big Seminar in Las Vegas in 2009 where she won 1st place in the better your best contest and $25,000. That got my attention as there was stiff competition. I next met Connie at the Online Revenue Workshop in January, 2010 where she was a co-host and speaker, her presentation and speaking skill were improving by leaps and bounds. I have had help from many people, but Connie stands out the most, because she simplifies things for seniors like me.
I have taken many online courses and attended many webinars from her ever since. I just finished
The Internet Marketing Six Pack
Connie Ragen Green has been online since the end of 2005. A former classroom teacher and real estate broker/residential appraiser, she left it all behind in search of a way to make a living from her home computer doing something she loved.
She has succeeded far beyond her wildest dreams and has helped myself and many others along the way. If you want factual and effective instruction in a straight forward format you should checkout Connie’s Really Simple Programs below the video
I like her Really Simple line of courses, as they are Simple and current courses and are a good match-up for Seniors
Really Simple Content Marketing
Really Simple Affiliate Marketing
Really Simple Info Products
Really Simple List Buidling
50 is the new 30
Boomers are living three decades longer than a century ago, the last recession caused many baby boomer to lose their jobs, houses, and they were forced into an early retirement or laid off
t. The recession also forced many boomers into entrepreneurship. Age discrimination made the prospects being hired, very slim so again we have the reluctant entrepreneur. The boredom of an early retirement also came into play as well as the fear of running out of money or as they say outliving your money.
The baby boomers do control 70% of the nations disposable income. Boomers have extra cash from years of saving and investing. 99% of boomers planned to travel in 2014. Boomers spend money on health and wellness, with alternative health being the main focus. Boomers are also investing in their homes rather that buying new ones giving a real boost the home improvement industry.