|You are never to old to start a new career!
So you have a big dream…?
Something you want to accomplish…?
But then you tell yourself there’s a “problem”.
“What’s the problem?”
“I’m too old”.
Then you say…
“Too old to start a new career”…
“Too old to write a book”…
Or maybe it’s…
“Too old to start a business”…
You are telling yourself that your age is a barrier to your success.
NEVER TO OLD TO START A NEW CAREER
Here’s some inspiring facts
Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel, created his first hit comic at 39.
He went on to create characters like Spiderman that still fuel imaginations everywhere today.
Donald Fisher, at aged 40, opened his first ever retail store in 1969.
It was called “Gap” – and is still around today.
Vera Wang, at the same age of 40, decided to start a fashion line.
She’s done incredibly well for herself.
Harland Sanders decided to start a chicken restaurant aged 62.
It became K.F.C.
Ray Croc saw the opportunity with a burger stall aged 52.
He called it “McDonalds”.
Martha Stewart started a catering company that became a cooking empire, in her 40s.
Julia Child didn’t start acting until her 50s.
Harry Bernstein wanted to write a book all his life.
He finally did, aged 93, and it became a bestseller when it was published at 96.
Gladdys Burrill ran her first marathon at 86.
Then won awards when she ran a marathon in Honolulu at 92.
Peter Roget was 69 when he started to create a catalogue of words categorised by their meaning.
“Rogets Thesaurus Of English Words And Phrases” was published when he was 73.
Kathryn Joosten started working as a street performer aged 53.
At aged 60 she was starring in the show The West Wing and won an emmy.
I could go on and on.
The idea that “we’re too old” to go after our dreams is pervasive in today’s society.
Many of us think that our ship has sailed and we’ve missed the boat that would have made our dreams come true.
But that’s just a thought.
Are achieving their dreams in life…
…no matter how old they are.
So if you’ve ever had the thought “I’m too old to start a new career”…
Share these inspiring facts with friends and family. Spread the word! 🙂