Well, I can tell you a few years back when I turned 60 I pretty much thought that doing anything big in Network Marketing was over because of course MLM Success was for the young, right.
Boy, was I wrong. I started to think maybe I could just make enough to supplement my retirement and have a little spending money, but certainly couldn’t become a top earner or even a 6-figure earner.
This really hit home again the other day when my mentor, Ray Higdon was doing a periscope on this subject. His wife had suffered from the age challenge but on the “I’m too young” side of the spectrum.
I’m here to tell you that you are Never Too Old and It’s Never Too Late!
You Are Never Too Old And It’s Never Too Late
You can see from the list below that there are many very successful people who got started much later in life. Understand that this is certainly not a comprehensive list, but it should give you an idea.
People Who Became Highly Successful After Age 40
- Vera Wang Top Designer After 40
- Stan Lee Created his first comic hit “The Fantastic Four” just shy of his 39th birthday
- Sam Walton opened his first Walmart at the age of 44.
- Gary Heavin was 40 when he opened the Curves Fitness Center
- Samuel Jackson landed his first award-winning role at age 43 “Jungle Fever.”
- Henry Ford was 45 when he created the revolutionary Model T car.
- Rodney Dangerfield caught his first break at 46 on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
- Charles Darwin wrote “On The Origin of Species” at age 50.
- Julia Child wrote her first cookbook launching her career at age 50.
- Jack Cover inventor of the Taser Gun was 50.
- Tim and Nina Zagat were both 51 when they published their first collection of restaurant reviews.
- Ray Kroc bought McDonald’s at age 52 in 1954.
- Wally Blume started his own ice cream, Denali Flavors at age 57.
- Laura Ingalls Wilder published her first “Little House” books at age 65.
- Harland Sanders, better known as Colonel Sanders was 62 when he franchised Kentucky Fried Chicken.
- Anna Mary Robertson Moses, better known as Grandma Moses, began her painting career at 78.
- Harry Bernstein achieved notoriety at age 96 for his memoir “The Invisible Wall: A Love Story That Broke Barriers.”
- Duncan Hines sold the rights to his name at the age of 77.
- Martha Stewart didn’t have success until the age of 41.
I love what he shared on that periscope that you are exactly where you are and have gone through exactly what you need to be right where you are.
Everything that you have gone through up until this point is exactly what you need to crush it from this point on.
All of those heartaches, failures, success, breakdowns and breakthroughs are just what you need to succeed.
You truly are Never Too Old, in fact, now I believe that because of all of the time that you have been preparing and life has been preparing you that you are much more likely to succeed than you would have back when you were young.
If you look at all the successful people in history who just never gave up and now they are in the history books. People like Edison and Lincoln.
Understand that your time is NOW and the only way you can FAIL is to QUIT!
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