It is never too late to start something new. Many of the world’s most innovative people began companies, wrote books, or tried something new for the first time much later in life. Your 20’s and 30’s aren’t the only time available to embark on something new. It has been found that midlife might in fact be “our brain’s golden age of complex reasoning – studies show that’s when we peak in inductive reasoning, spatial orientation, vocabulary and verbal memory.” It might not be a bad idea to take a note from Martha Stewart’s playbook (who, by the way, began her catering business when she was 40, which was the beginning of her ascent to being one of the most powerful women in the world at age 71). Never Too Late to Bloom by Martha Stewart
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