Type of Content: News

Subtype: Newspaper or Magazine Article

Resource Title: The Art of Blooming Late

Publication Title: Harvard Business Review

Publish Date: May - June 2019

“As you move forward, there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, it’s never too late to “become” yourself… There are also benefits to taking a long, winding path to self-fulfillment. Remember that age typically brings wisdom, resilience, humility, self-knowledge, and creativity. This is one reason the average age of founders of high-growth start-ups is 45. Citing the work of developmental psychologist Erik Erikson, Karlgaard writes, the “ages 40 to 64 constitute a unique period where one’s creativity and experience combine with a universal human longing to make our lives matter.”

The Art of Blooming Late