Dreams Can Come True in Your Golden Years

I hear it all the time

“If only I were younger.”

Although, there is some truth to the ageism that takes place as you pass middle-age, plenty of folks are pursuing their dreams in the fifties and beyond and becoming

Wildly Successful in their Golden Years

With people living longer these days, 60 is the new 40 when it comes to entrepreneurship.

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Sure, you could live out the remainder of your years rocking away as Mother Nature prepares to move you out of the way to free-up resources for the new, young baby-makers as you think back and ruminate on all the missed opportunities or things that might have been, if only you’d taken action when you had the chance.

Or,

You Can Start to Make Your Mark Now

You may not give yourself enough credit, but now that you are more seasoned, your chances of becoming an amazing success are 100 percent better than someone less-seasoned (under the age of 38). That’s right, you’re twice as likely to be massively successful if you launch yourself full-force into your wildest dreams if you’re over fifty.

Here are some examples of folks, just like us, who struck gold after age fifty:

Charles Darwin
50
author On the Origin of the Species
Julia Child
50
wrote her first cook book
Jack Cover
50
invented the Taser gun
Harold Stanley
50
founded Mogan Stanley
Leo Goodwin
50
founded GEICO
Gordon Bowker
51
founded Starbucks
Tim & Nina Zagat
51
published Zagat restaurant reviews
Taikichiro Mori
51
founded Mori Building Company
Ray Croc
52
bought and grew McDonald’s
Carol Gardner
52
founded Zelda Wisdom greetings
Yoshisuke Aikawa
53
founded Nissan
Arianna Huffington
55
started Huffington Post
Ferdinand Porsche
56
founded Porsche
Wally Blume
57
Denali Flavors ice cream company
Adele Douglass
57
founded Certified Humane
Jill Boehler
57
founder Chilly Jilly
Kawasaki Shozo
59
founded Kawasaki
Amadeo Giannini
60
founded Bank of America
Daniel Defoe
60
author Robinson Crusoe
Charles Flint
61
founded IBM
Sam Teitelbaum
61
founded AllerAir
Bob Miller
62
founded Incredibly Edible Cookie Co
C. Kumar N. Patel
62
Pranalytica, electronic equipment and instruments
Harland Sanders
62
franchised Kentucky Fried Chicken
Gail Dunn
63
founded Women’s Automotive Connection
Countess Rosa Branicka
63
helped develop breast cancer surgical techniques
Patrick O’Brian
65
author Master And Commander sea stories
Laura Ingalls Wilder
65
published “Little House” books
Harold McMaster
68
founded First Solar
Lisa Gable
70
invented the Strap-Mate bra strap
Mary Wesley
70
author The Camomile Lawn
Art Koff
72
founded Retired Brains
Anna Mary Robertson Moses
78
first Grandma Moses painting
Jeanne Dowell
80
founded Green Buddha clothing
Sylvia Lieberman
90
creator of Archibald Mouse Books
Harry Bernstein
96
author The Invisible Wall: A Love Story That Broke Barriers
So what’s your excuse now?

Let’s face it; the time for feeling sorry for yourself has passed. There’s no better time for you to live your best life and enthusiastically seize your passion with all you’ve got right now.

It’s never too late to write your story, to use your life experience to help others, to invent, create or make marked improvements on something that could be better or easier to use, or allow others to pay you for doing what you love.

It has never been easier for you to create a massive, influential venture with the ability to make the world a better place than right now.

And you – with all your knowledge, experience, flaws and suppressed dreams – are locked and ready to fire as you launch your ambition into the stratosphere!

The time is now

And you are the chosen one

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