Lynne Beverly Strang

Lynne Beverly Strang
Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs: Eight Principles for Starting a Business After Age 40
Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs reveals eight simple-but-effective principles used by 40-and-older entrepreneurs to launch and build profitable companies. Along the way, you’ll find uplifting stories about people who took a big leap and reinvented themselves. This book shows why the second half of life can be the right time to start a business.
Northern Virginia
Lynne Strang is, herself, a late bloomer. In 2010, she retired from her “real job” of 17 years to become a freelance writer and book author. Her blog, Late Blooming Entrepreneurs, covers topics of interest to aspiring entrepreneurs who are 40 and older. Previously, she was Vice President of Communications for a financial services trade association, where she wrote about credit issues affecting consumers and small businesses. When she isn’t writing about entrepreneurship, she enjoys healthy eating, cycling and other exercise and writes about some of these topics for various publications and websites.

“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out” — Robert Collier