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What Is A Senior Worth?

A senior is a man or woman of 50 to 100 years of age, of any nationality or color, living in any country worldwide, rich or poor and either working a job or self employed or retired.

There is no place in the world that you do not find seniors or a connection to seniors.

Almost all CEO�s in big million dollar companies are seniors or soon to be seniors.

From government to law enforcement to teachers to health care programs, most top positions are held by seniors.

Seniors have years of knowledge from all their experiences whether they are now janitors or Presidents or Judges, they all have much to offer in their time remaining.

Many seniors tend to feel rejected and useless when they are retired from the workforce when in fact there is still life ahead for them at any age or any ability.

The internet is a whealth of information for possibilities that they can pursue whether they want to earn an extra work-at-home income or simply find a hobby or just play games on the internet.

To be prepared for the senior years, the soon-to-be seniors should buy a computer and make a hobby of learning how to operate it while they are still working so that it will come naturally to them later to search the search engines like Google and Yahoo and look for opportunities to make money, or places to travel, or even worthy volunteer work.. There are many search engines on the internet and a lifetime can be spent just discovering thousands of new and wonderful and astounding events in our world.

There are many real and honest programs that are easy to work and can make extra spending just working at home on the computer . Ezines and newsletters are great places to learn and there are hundreds of forums where thousands of people visit each other and discuss their joys and their failures and many new friends from all around the world are made this way.

One of the greatest things seniors can do is write. Write articles and stories. Tell about their life and dreams and the failures or successes in their lives. There are many books and articles being sold that are actually biographies of interesting lives. Learn how to start a blog on the internet, that is like a daily diary with all the interesting things that happened in a lifetime and include snipits of interest to you and invite other people to join you and make comments on your blog. If the comments are not acceptable to you, they are easily removed. A long life lived certainly has a lot to tell about.

Most newspapers and magazine stories today have a website URL at the end of them that can be entered into the computer and bring up more information that was not included in the article. Reading is one of the best ways to keep the mind alert and hungry for more information.

One seldom has regrets for the things accomplished in a life, but often regret the things one didn�t get to do. Truly, the life of a senior is priceless.

All Too Late

Each morning he stacked up the letters he�d write � tomorrow,
And thought of the folks he�d fill with delight � tomorrow,
It was too bad indeed, he was too busy today
And hadn�t a minute to stop on his way;
More time he�d have to give others, he�d say � tomorrow

The greatest of workers this man would have been � tomorrow,
The world would have known him had he ever seen�tomorrow,
But the fact is he died and faded from view,
And all that he left when living was through,
Was a mountain of things he�d intended to do -- tomorrow

Submitted by:

Jean Madison

http://www.madisonmoney.blogspot.com/ http://moneymadison.com/pips.html http://www.altalass.free1up.com


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