It’s never too late to do anything you want or to become what you have always wanted to be, no matter your age or where you are. There is no expiration date on your destiny.
Sometimes life can take you far away from your true self and you start doubting that thing you really love and would love to do doesn’t seem possible anymore. As you are growing up, you are learning and being influenced by people who don’t know YOU as well as you do. Their beliefs and opinion they may give to you along the way can totally affect your life and decisions, especially if they are negative ones.
You hear things like “Be realistic” “Be more academic” “You can’t make money from doing that” “Oh, everyone wants to be that.” But it’s your BIRTH right to express yourself. Everyone is the same, everyone is human. Each person has their own unique path to follow and you will get to where you want to be if you keep on persisting. It’s never ever too late. No matter how far away you have come from doing what you really want, you can make a small step into that direction right now. Before you think about quitting or thinking that it’s too late:
The real you is always still there before doubts and limitations took you on the wrong path. It’s never too late to change direction and re-light your spirit to what actually gives you your spark back, or to start pursuing a dream you once disregarded, that part you hid away is part of who you really are. It’s NEVER TOO LATE and there is no time like now to begin!
People who Discovered Their Purpose Later On in Life:
Henry Ford was past middle age when he came up with the idea of the Ford car.
At 23 Tina Fey was working at YMCA.
At 24 Stephen King was working as a Janitor and was living in a trailer.
At 27 Vincent Van Gogh failed as a missionary and decided to go to art school.
At 28 Wayne Coyne was a fry cook and is now a successful musician and the lead singer for the band Flaming Lip.
At 30 Harrison Ford was a Carpenter, now he has worldwide success starring in roles such as Han Solo in the original Star Wars film.
At 30 Martha Steward was a stock broker, she changed her career and written a number of best selling books has become a TV personality and gained success through different business ventures.
At 37, Ang Lee was a stay at home dad working odd jobs and is now an Ocar-Winning director.
Julia Child released her first cookbook at age 39 and got her own cooking show at 51.
Vera Wang didn’t get the position of the editor in Chief at Vogue magazine and designed her first dress at 40 and is now an A-List Designer.
Alan Rickman gave up his graphic design career to pursue acting at age 42.
Samuel Jackson didn’t get his first movie until 42.
Morgan Freeman landed his first major movie role at at 52.
Grandma Moses started painting again when she was 76 and became world famous.
Louise Bourgeois didn’t become a famous artist until she was 78.
There is no expiry date on your dream
and there is no time like now to begin.