People who Succeed Later in Life

Mayur Sarda
2 min readDec 4, 2020
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It takes years to understand your potential. People wonder many places, work under many mentors, but they don’t find their calling.
But one who seeks with determination finds his path one day and also taste success.

Zaha Hadid was one of the greatest architects.

She faced so much resistance in the architectural field. No one took her seriously as she was a woman. Like any other field, architecture was also male-dominated.

She fought against all odds, achieved international respect for her unique design, and won awards until she was over fifty.

Alfred Hitchcock developed his sense of making suspense thriller only after the age of fifty.

Charles Darwin was fifty years old when he published On the Origin Of the Species in 1859.

Jane Austen published her first novel when she was 35.

Above personalities never grew old in mind because their enthusiasm never waned.

Many entrepreneurs, writers, designers, painters, architects, and artists deliver the most extraordinary work late in their lives as their insights deepen with age.

The more experience of life you have more ideas you can produce.
Maturity is an advantage when it comes to creativity.

Age brings an understanding of who you are and what you can produce in your field. You will build your original work in your area with experience.

A creative person will never grow up but only grow old. They will keep the attitude of a child within them. Remember, a small kid has more creative ideas than a mature adolescent. A creative person will never take anything seriously.

So, if you have crossed the 30’s or 40’s or 50’s of your life and still didn’t get the success, don’t worry; it will come one day. All you need to do is to maintain an attitude of a child within you.

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