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Aging is not lost youth,
but a new stage of
opportunity and strength.

— Betty Friedan

Successful Late Bloomers is a new book about people who achieved late-in-life success and how they did it.

It takes a look at the different type of late bloomers  including: bad news late bloomers, messy late bloomers, and new stage late bloomers.

The common strategies that late bloomers use to achieve their success are also discussed.

Enjoy this highly-readable book that will leave you inspired.

Buy now!  In the United States,  available at Amazon.com 

In Canada buy at Amazon.caclick here. In the UK purchase at Amazon.co.ukclick here.

Now available on iTunes as well.

 

The final section of Successful Late Bloomers is about starting on your own late-blooming journey. It includes how to look at aging as a positive accompaniment to success.

There are also many late-bloomer lists where you get to know about so many great late bloomers.

So how old were some of late bloomers when they did there best work?

Consider Harry Bernstein. Harry Bernstein was devastated after the death of his wife. To help him cope, the 93 year old wrote The Invisible Wall which is  a memoir about his childhood. The book became a huge success. It was published when Mr. Bernstein was 96 years old.

“If I had not lived until I was 90, I would not have been able to write this book… It just could not have been done even when I was 10 years younger. I wasn’t ready.” 

— Harry Bernstien

Be inspired by the many extraordinary late bloomers, and their often very ordinary beginnings.

Buy now!  In the United States,  available at Amazon.com 

In Canada buy at Amazon.caclick here. In the UK purchase at Amazon.co.ukclick here.

Now available on iTunes as well.

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