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It's Never Too Late!

Your dream doesn't expire at a certain age. If your desire is to own a

business, write a novel, become an actor, invent a product or

anything else your limitless mind & heart desires...Do it!

There's no such thing as it's too late or you're too old. It's easy to feel

intimidated by the youngsters who seem to go from college student

to tycoons in a snap. Some of the most creative & innovative people

to achieve enormous success has been late bloomers.

Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, didn't experience real entrepreneurial success until the age of 35. Martha Stewart started her catering business at the age of 40. Harland Sanders was 65 when he launched Kentucky Fried Chicken. CEO of Curves International, Gary Heavin, finally found success at 40 years old after many failures. His fitness franchise is in the Guinness Book of Records for creating the fastest growing franchise. Suze Orman didn't publish her first financial book until age 44. Catherine Hughes started Radio One at age 33. She struggled for a few years and eventually turned the company into a multibillion-dollar empire. These examples should inspire you and give you hope. It's not so bad being a late bloomer after all. Some times inspiration hits you later in life, and that's ok. Remember, it doesn't matter when you have that aha moment, because timing is everything. It's never too late to do what you want, create what you want or be what you want!

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