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Successful Late Bloomers: The story of late-in-life achievement

by J. M. Orend

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Successful Late Bloomers takes a look at how late bloomers achieve their success using real life stories, scientific research and simple insights. In this book, readers will learn about many successful artists, entrepreneurs, and athletes whose most extraordinary achievements happened later in life. In fact, many successful late bloomers do their best work in their sixties, seventies, eighties and beyond. You will be inspired as you learn about each type of late bloomer - Bad News, Messy, and New Stage; and the many different people who found late-in-life success in their own way. But as different as each group of late bloomers are, they also share several of the same approaches to their work. Many of these common strategies are discussed. The book also looks at how aging can be a positive accompaniment to success and some of the first steps a person can take if they are unsure how to begin their own late-blooming journey. At the end of the book, there are several lists of late bloomers for extra inspiration.

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