Don’t “OK Boomer” Me! 

 July 20, 2021

By  Jim Daniels

I’m a boomer. I was born in 1964. Just made it into the club.

I got “OK Boomered” for the first time last week.

“OK boomer” is a catchphrase and meme that gained popularity among teenagers and young adults recently.

It is used to dismiss or mock attitudes stereotypically attributed to the baby boomer generation.

I like to think of the term as ignorance.

When a young person says it they are often dismissing a boomer’s wisdom gained through years of thriving and surviving.

To me, boomers represent a great generation. And not just because I’m in it.

We fought hard for everything we achieved and most of us earned it all.

So why the boomer rant today?

Well, two of my boomer friends just launched this Boomer Marketing Cheatsheet.

It’s for boomers (non-boomers are welcome too) who want to SEE how two fellow boomers actually earn their entire livelihood from home.

They plan to share everything they know, and they know a LOT. Because they live it every day.

As they like to put it… there are no secrets… only facts that you haven’t learned yet.

If you’re a boomer, this is an easy way to make a decision as to IF you want this lifestyle or not.

They understand that not everyone is ready, willing, or able to do this.

And the world still needs people working in the essential service industries, otherwise the world would come to a standstill.

But if you’re nearing or at retirement age, unemployed or underemployed, or wanting to get out of the nine to five hamster wheel type of rat race, or maybe want to be a stay at home mom or dad without sacrificing your quality of life, you should see this cheatsheet…

Jim Daniels

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About Jim

I gave up a life of jobs in 1996. Since then I've been earning a living online.

I write books, create software, license info-products, affiliate marketing, build membership sites, design websites and more.

I prefer this over my old lifestyle of getting up early, commuting to work, coming home to have a few hours for my family and living for the weekends. Now every day is a weekend. I work when I want and answer to no boss.

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