• It's Never Too Late And You're Never Too Old

  • 50 People Who Found Success After 50
  • By: Vic Johnson
  • Narrated by: Erik Synnestvedt
  • Length: 2 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

One of the biggest hurdles people over 50 have to overcome is the mindset about their age. There’s an old cliché of “age ain’t nothin’ but a number.” But as we all know, getting older does have certain obstacles such as dwindling health, limited income, and the end of long-time careers followed by “now what in the heck do I do?"

Yes, age is the number of candles on a birthday cake, and a stark reality of things to come. But getting older isn’t

  • a deal breaker
  • a reason you can’t start a business or any other new venture
  • a limit on success
  • a valid excuse for inaction
  • a valid excuse to give up on your dreams.

Here are 50 people who overcame the very same things you are facing right now. Let them show you the way to outrageous success and happiness regardless of your age or circumstances.

©2013 Vic Johnson (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC

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Inspiring!

This helps you to move beyond a limited mindset which leads people to define themselves too strictly by their age. i loved the real life stories and it motivated me to make my dreams come true!

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Great Inspirational Stories

Fifty late in life inspirational stories. Many people know about Grandma Moses, maybe Harland Sanders, and a smattering of others. But here are 50 short examples of famous and not so famous people who found success or renewed success after 50, some over 100. Worth the read or listen.

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Inspiring book for those who want to quit at 50!

I loved how the stories of those who succeeded after 50 where put together, and what lessons we should learn from each of them.

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Every one should read or listen to this book!

This book really changed my perception on what I can accomplish in this life stage.

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Great Book

Very clear narration. I felt encouraged by the true life experiences. Thank you so much.

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Nice quality book!

This is really a very nice book. I have received much encouragement from it....I do have some things in my future!

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This was a solid read.

Three middle aged man will find great interest in this book. I found it exciting almost every moment of reading pleasure.

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